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9/22/2016 9:44 AM
 
I am looking for suggestions for bags to enclose game meat being transported in my pack when packing out game taken on a successful hunt!
 
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9/22/2016 12:12 PM
 
I like TAG Bomb bags (https://pristineventures.com/products/t-a-g-bags-2/). They are light weight (synthetic) and washable. You can order various sizes depending on how large or small the game you are hunting. Plus, the owner Larry has vast experience and knowledge on keeping meat in good shape in the back country. Check out his youtube channel, lots of good information.

If I am worried about getting blood in my pack I will place these in a contractor grade trash bag. But, be forewarned raw meat shouldn't be kept very long in a plastic bag as it will spoil quick. I do this when I'm not too many miles in the back country.

 
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9/23/2016 12:37 PM
 

Kuiu has some meat bags that look to be pretty slick if you're packing meat inside your main pack bag. Lightweight, breathable, washable, etc. A few of the features that I personally think are selling points are the full length zip and the webbing loops for hanging inside the pack to keep the weight where you want it.

http://www.kuiu.com/hunting-accessories-field-gear/kuiu-boned-out-game-bag/96002.html?dwvar_96002_color=White&cgid=field-gear#start=3 

I haven't used these bags yet, so can't really give you an idea of how they hold up, but they are at the top of my list for when my current game bags need to be replaced. 

 
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9/23/2016 3:48 PM
 
I use the general cheese cloth type meat bag for hanging. When its time to pack them I put the whole thing in a plastic trash bag and then in my pack to keep everything as clean as I can.
 
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