I have a good one for you.When skinning a deer,tie it by its neck from a strong limb with a good rope. Cut around the neck below the chin, cut front legs off at knees, back legs where you usually do.cut the hide down the center of the breast just to the middle of the front legs.Then cut the hide down on the back of the neck to where you can get a pool ball or rock in the the folded hide. Tie a rope around the ball or rock (enveloped in the hide) and hook it to you truck or 4 wheeler and take off. Doesn't take much pressure! And You have a very no hair deer in a short time.
Just wanted to share a photo of a huge buck that came into my taxidermy shop last week.
This deer shot by Larry Violett Jr weighed 281 lbs field dressed. He told me that at the meat cutters, they pulled the hide off, cut the head off and removed the legs at the knees and it still weighed 232 lbs.
I usually have about 6-8 every year that weigh between 200 and 220, but this is by far the largest deer that has come into my shop.
Larry is 6'3\" tall and said they had to tie the back legs up to the antlers to get the feet off the ground for weighing it.