For quite a few years now, I’ve used a 6-foot kid’s sled for dragging bears out of the woods, and it works surprisingly well. They are quite a bit cheaper than game carts, and pretty narrow, with no wheels to hang up on logs and brush. I always bring one along when I’m bear hunting, and just last week I used it to drag out a whole 6-foot black bear. They are surprisingly sturdy, and slide over vegetation and small fallen logs pretty well. One time, a buddy and I dragged out an 8-foot grizzly bear (gutted) on one. Sure, it was a pain, and it was time for a new sled afterward—but it worked!