Hello all, I have been a member here for a few months, but don't post much since I live in Nebraska and subsequently, do all of my hunting here. I just have this fascination with listening to all your guys stories and looking at your pictures. I do have a question on packing an animal though and I thought, who better than to ask than the guys who do it all the time. I have always been a whitetail hunter and have never needed to worry about this, but here goes. I plan to do a bit of mule deer and antelope hunting this year with my bow out in Western Nebraska. There are some pretty big expanses of public land that I would like to traverse. I bought a new pack and am willing to do as much hiking as it takes to be able to harvest an animal. If I actually shoot one, I plan on quartering it and then packing it out. So my question is, what do you do with the quarters to keep them clean, etc. I guess I have heard of big game bags and cheese cloth, do these sound right? I am trying to get everything around that I need now, so any advice would be appreciated. I can't wait to make it up to Alaska someday, but for now, I guess I will deal with what Nebraska has to offer. Thanks.