FLW Tour Angler Stetson Blaylock has teamed up with DECKED, manufacturer of premium truck bed storage systems, for the 2014 season. DECKED is an innovative full-sized truck bed storage system that incorporates two waterproof bed-length drawers which roll out to provide easy access to tools, equipment or gear. The deck of the storage system is built from 100% recycled HDPE and steel sub frame providing a 2,000 lbs. load capacity. The drawers can hold up to 200 lbs. each and are lockable to provide secure storage. The DECKED system can be mounted in nearly every full size pickup truck made since the late 1990s, is easy to install, and mounts to the truck bed’s existing tie downs with no drilling required.
Professional anglers spend many weeks on the road with their trucks loaded with tackle, clothing, engine oil, and a host of other necessities for life on a national fishing tour. Blaylock understands the advantages of being able to protect and organize his equipment. “For years I have tried to find a way to organize my truck to keep things protected and easy to find. When I discovered what DECKED has to offer I had to have it,” said Blaylock. “Their systems are perfect for any angler, or anyone looking to organize the bed of their truck for carrying a lot of stuff in the best possible way. I can’t believe how much more I can carry, and how easy it is to access anything I need quickly with my new DECKED storage system.”
DECKED, understands the anglers needs and how a pickup truck storage system can help. DECKED founder Lance Meller empathized with the issues Stetson outlined, “As an outdoor sales rep, I struggled for years with substandard truck bed storagesystems. Keeping my gear organized and protected from damage was next to impossible, thus DECKED was launched. After talking with Stetson about his truck storage issues I am convinced we offer a product that will benefit anglers of all levels. Not only can anglers utilize our storage system for their fishing gear, but they can utilize it for work gear, hunting gear, or anything else they want to carry in their trucks.”
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