Odds are, when you think of hunters bringing home their trophies, you might think of that old wood panel SUV, orange hats on the dash, and a deer strapped across the hood. That's what I typically envision, but nowadays, everyone has a truck. You just toss your protein into the bed and take off. It's hidden from sight, and everyone is OK with that.

Now this hunter must have been determined, because nothing about that setup is engineered to go down the road. I would know. I've used something similar to harvest meat in the field, just so I don't have to haul a carcass two different ways. Plus, when you leave a cleaned carcass in the field, you can pick coyotes off of it for weeks.

Just food for thought. Cheers to the American Redneck.