Beavertail Decoy Hauler Sled

Priced: $89.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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Beavertail Decoy Hauler Sled -
The Decoy Hauler Sled holds up to 24 full-body goose decoys with stands or 36 goose decoys without. If you’re after ducks, it holds approximately 72 duck decoys. Its rugged, polyethylene, roto-molded construction makes hauling it over snow-covered terrain smooth and easy. Includes a polyester decoy bag with a mesh drain, locking drawcords and plastic trim-locking sides that secure it to the sled. Khaki color blends it into surroundings. Includes tow rope.
Dimensions: 53"L x 25"W x 40"H.
Weight: 14 lbs.
Color: Marsh Brown.
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Positive Reviews:

multipurpose sled

i purchased this sled in Kearney for my week long duck hunt on the south platte river. i returned home to New Jersey to use it to haul mine and my daughters deer hunting equipment to the tree stand. later in the year, my kids will use it to sleigh ride in down some of the big hills we have. My lab sits in and wonders when we're going hunting again. It's heavier then most comparable sleds, that's why i decided to spend a little more for it. so far so good!
JCH81 at Cabelas on 12/18/2012

Negative Reviews:

The most ill-conceived product in all of Cabela's?

Honestly, I caught myself laughing the whole time I was looking at this product and assembling it thinking that it was quite possibly the most poorly designed product I've ever seen. Don't get me wrong, its a great idea, just poorly executed. Beavertail, if you include screws in the package because you already know that the snap-on canvas "rail" isn't going to hold to the lip of the sled, why not at least include enough screws to properly secure the thing all the way around. Insult to injury. This product will NOT survive even light duty afield in the marsh. I will use it as primary decoy storage at home because its too much of a pain to return. I do not recommend this product, really to anyone
waveslider at Cabelas on 09/12/2013