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Being one Handed all I really need is a Hoist to get a Deer in my Pickup. I already have a Hoist at the House to raise my Deer and I don't think it would be that hard to fix up something like I do with Hogs. Right now using a Come Along to Skin Hogs.

Any way I think this isn't what I need and is Overpriced https://www.cabelas.com/product/Koola-Buck-The-Hide-Ripper/2560711.uts

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:D Oh just leave the Hide on for the Big Grin.
 

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We got one last year and I would say it worked “ok”. The main vertical post needs to be taller for larger deer. The cable you attach to the hide is very stiff and slips off. I think after some more trial and error we’ll get a more efficient system dialed in.
 

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We used to hang them on a big oak limb and skin a bit of neck back and then tie a golf ball or rock in the hide with a rope and attach the other end to the hitch on your bumper. Slit up each leg before pulling, worked great. We now have a butcher friend who treats us very good.
 

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We used to hang them on a big oak limb and skin a bit of neck back and then tie a golf ball or rock in the hide with a rope and attach the other end to the hitch on your bumper. Slit up each leg before pulling, worked great. We now have a butcher friend who treats us very good.
I tried this once and it didn't work for some reason.

I just need one of those hoist to load it. I already have a hoist at the house and think I can rig up something to pull the hide, then pull my Lawn Mower with small Trailer and Ice Chest under it to debone it. Then haul it to the house.

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:D Just let the Big Grin pull on it.
 

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We used to hang them on a big oak limb and skin a bit of neck back and then tie a golf ball or rock in the hide with a rope and attach the other end to the hitch on your bumper. Slit up each leg before pulling, worked great. We now have a butcher friend who treats us very good.
That is my go to method for skinning a deer.
 
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