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Thinking about a dedicated hunting tote. #7368604 12/06/18 03:48 PM
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The backseat of my Tundra, is always a disarray during hunting season. Im thinking about one of those plastic containers to put all my stuff in. MRE, extra ammo, feeder batteries, feeder parts, batteries, miscellaneous flashlights, knives, etc.

That way I can just grab the tote from the garage and my hunting bag.

Anyone use a system like this? Or have a better system they would share.

Re: Thinking about a dedicated hunting tote. [Re: Roll-Tide] #7368610 12/06/18 03:52 PM
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I had one in the back of my Grand Cherokee that I bought a while back. It's got handles on the lid that lock down. Heavy duty type!
I've got a Tundra now and fold the rear seat forward and carry the junk that way and leave it in the truck.

Re: Thinking about a dedicated hunting tote. [Re: Roll-Tide] #7368621 12/06/18 03:59 PM
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I use one but it fills up fast and I still have clutter rolling around. Good idea though.

Re: Thinking about a dedicated hunting tote. [Re: Roll-Tide] #7368640 12/06/18 04:13 PM
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1: large bag - contains warm weather gear and toiletries/towels.
1: large bag - contains cold weather gear
1: large tote - contains tools, extra batteries, feeder parts, etc.
1: backpack - contains everything I need in the field


All I have to do when I leave is grab the appropriate bag(s), tote, ice chest, and rifle case (which contains bullets/cleaning supplies).

Re: Thinking about a dedicated hunting tote. [Re: Roll-Tide] #7368712 12/06/18 05:03 PM
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My tote has anything I need in it. Targets, tools, shells, knives and gutting stuff, rope, batteries, etc... Easy to load truck in 5 minutes. It's a mess but I know the stuff is in there. Backpack only has what goes to blind. Cooler takes the longest organizing a case of ML and some cokes with food.

Re: Thinking about a dedicated hunting tote. [Re: Roll-Tide] #7368718 12/06/18 05:04 PM
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I built one in my truck. Bed drawer system. Right side tools, left side hunting, food, stove etc.

Pain when I need to haul a gooseneck, little harder to remove than the camper shell,

Big plus is every thing is out of sight and more secure

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Re: Thinking about a dedicated hunting tote. [Re: Roll-Tide] #7369056 12/06/18 10:52 PM
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A cheap igloo ice chest




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They don't build a tote big enough for all my crap.


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Ye, I have a dedicated plastic tub with misc tools, batteries, and whatnots that gets loaded on every trip.

Re: Thinking about a dedicated hunting tote. [Re: Roll-Tide] #7369380 12/07/18 05:00 AM
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Most of yall are on the same page as me. Tote for misc stuff.

All hunting stuff in backpack for the blind.

Re: Thinking about a dedicated hunting tote. [Re: Roll-Tide] #7369642 12/07/18 03:50 PM
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I have two totes- one low profile for extra spinner motors and parts and a bigger one that has my fanny pack, canteen, binoculars, harnesses, some rope, paper targets, and anything else I think I need. They ride in the bed of the Ranger during hunting season and take them out afterwards.

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