Instructional, two hogs being loaded.
Female loading a 100 lb. hog with painters pole.
It's opening morning, 7 AM, and you just shot a 150 lb. wall hanger. Its 85 degrees and you don't want to wait for help loading him in your vehicle. It could be 9:30 or 10 o'clock before someone is available. Or maybe you're hunting with your wife and 6 year old, who are still asleep back at camp when you shoot a 170 lb. hog. You've managed it in the past, nearly hurting yourself while trying to load him in the bed of your truck, or on the back of your ATV. Maybe you are the sole provider for your family in the remote back country and you have to be alone. You know the work begins after the kill and time is important. You can't leave it lying while you go get help, but you don't want to injure yourself. Now there is an easier and safer way to load that game animal.
"Your Buddy in a Bag"