"I love the Decked system. It is extremely simple to install, lightweight, and strong! The benefit of a Decked system is a no-brainer when it comes to keeping gear you use for multiple pursuits easily transferable and organized. I can go from hunt mode to camp mode to fish mode quickly and stress free!"
De Castro wasn't ready to pull the trigger on a topper yet, but still needed to have organized, secure access to his gear and tools. That's why he chose DECKED:
“I'm able to keep signs, tools and expensive camera equipment safe, dry and secure in the DECKED drawers. I also always dedicate one of my DECKED drawers to hunting and/or fishing based on the season. I also run a Gunner Kennel for my dog year-round strapped on top of the deck which works out really nicely.”
Matt Hardinge, diehard upland hunter, fish slayer and all around good guy has been using a DECKED system in his tacoma for quite some time. After a season of long days and a stack of birds he was kind enough to give a write up of his experience with the DECKED system.
Theo Stein just finished up a four-year stint as the president of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association. "DECKED is ideal for securely storing and organizing my gear. The elevated deck under my cap keeps my dogs up in the breeze on hot Colorado days, and I no longer have to move stuff from the bed to the cab of my truck or garage every night.”
The guys over at MeatEater TV have been friends of DECKED for some time now, and we are stoked to be involved in their latest project, The Back 40. DECKED ambassadors, Mark Kenyon and Steve Rinella and the rest of the ME crew have teamed up to rehabilitate 64 acres of land in the heart of southern Michigan.
The quest to build theultimate hunting rigis a never ending search for that balance between function, reliability, capability and let's face it, some sort of Mad Max attitude. And to be honest, even the notion of what a hunting rig is varies from state to state, unit to unit and from one species to the next.