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Equipment
Contributors to this thread:
EMB 31-Aug-20
White Falcon 02-Sep-20
Missouribreaks 02-Sep-20
EMB 02-Sep-20
Missouribreaks 02-Sep-20
MOBEN 07-Sep-20
From: EMB
31-Aug-20

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Virtually all of the places I hunt in Florida are walk in only. Meaning no motorized vehicles. That does not seem to apply to E-bikes. I used to just hump my equipment in, but I guess I'm getting old. This year I wanted to use my bike and a trailer I bought a while back. The trailer has a 100 lbs capacity and pulls this ladder stand and game cart nicely. It should work behind an E-bike too.

From: White Falcon
02-Sep-20

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This, can set it up, 6', 12', 18'.

02-Sep-20
Can electric carts be used now too?

From: EMB
02-Sep-20
Missouri, I think that depends on the state's law and regulations where you're hunting.

02-Sep-20
Thank you.

From: MOBEN
07-Sep-20
In FL you need to see how they define E bikes.They have motor size limits and not all machines qualify

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