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    carcase trays - what do you use?

    I've been offered some stalking (reds) where I actually get to keep carcasses... (50/50 split with landowner)

    So, for the first time I need to consider transporting a carcase - I had a quick look on t'internet and have seen carcase trays for 125!!!

    What do you use?

    Pippa

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    For most of my stalking I use a Laguna gold fish pond liner, its rectangular and big enough for hinds but I am afraid for the big Reds you will need a trailer!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deer man
    I am afraid for the big Reds you will need a trailer!!
    Well, I've got an Ifor Williams P8G... It's not huge but it's washable!

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    plasters bath is what you need ! it will carry 1 stag , 2 medium hinds and up to 3 roe and all for about 35 quid !

    cheers lee

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    Plasterers Baths.
    I bought two white ones of these, only because I had the opportunity, I do not need them myself, managed to get them for 25 each.
    Offered them on this site and still have one of them taking up space in my garage !!

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    Fantastic! Looks just the job...

    Cheers guys!

    (Why isn't there a big 'thumbs up' emoticon thingy..?)

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    Another vote for the plaster bath!
    I got mine for about 20 though. Here's one for 23:
    http://www.bexpress.co.uk/pageview.p...ckcode=FAIBATH
    I might be able to let you have a nice blood soak plastic grid which fits into one depending where you are?
    These also make a good drag sled and are easy to lift with the rounded lip. Because it is quite long you can lift one end up onto the back of a 4x4 with an animal in the tray. Then it is easy to pick up the other end and just slide it in!
    Seemples!!

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    your bloody right there monkey s!

    had my bath prob 5 yrs now , would hate to think how many deer of all descriptions have been in it ! when you get it you will look at and think fallow yes , but there is no way a reds getting in there ....... just hurl it in and see for your self !

    cheers lee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey Spanker
    Another vote for the plaster bath!
    I got mine for about 20 though. Here's one for 23:
    http://www.bexpress.co.uk/pageview.p...ckcode=FAIBATH
    I might be able to let you have a nice blood soak plastic grid which fits into one depending where you are?
    I saw that price at BExpress - it's exVAT and doesn't include delivery, so the total cost is actually just under 30, but it still looks like a good deal.

    I'm in the south west - either between Minehead & Taunton or Bristol (Bradley Stoke) if at work...

    Going to measure the back of my Touran to see if I can fit two in (hey, I can always dream of taking more than one deer in a trip!)

    Pippa

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