The invention allows for increased airflow over the carcass, thus allowing the carcass to cool in a controlled manner.
Inventor Krystal McBee of Peyton, CO has a patent pending invention called the Ventilated Wild Game Carcass Bag. It allows for increased airflow over the carcass, thus allowing the carcass to cool in a controlled manner.
Today technology has increased the success for hunters. Because of this success there is a need for field-dressing the killed game. One important aspect of field-dressing is the requirement of allowing the game to cool and dry out in ambient air, yet still be protected from insects, birds, dirt, and other contaminants. To help in this regard, inventor McBee developed a Ventilated Wild Game Carcass Bag.
This clever new invention protects against dirt & insects with open-screened netting and the use of hook & loop fasteners for easy access. It is much easier to transport the kill, easy to clean, re-usable and is available in multiple sizes. The use of the Ventilated Wild Game Carcass Bag allows hunters to field dress wild game in a manner which is not only quick, easy and effective, but safe and sanitary as well.