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Meat care
Posted by AkHunter45 on Apr 19 2006
What you can do is stack some tree limbs, brush, driftwood, rocks, or whatever else you can find to get the meat off the ground which will allow it to cool. Cover it with a tarp but allow the air to flow so the meat can case up. I've never hunted the Mulchatna area so there might be some tree's but it all depends on where your going in that area. I would ask whomever is flying you in about this. Good luck!

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