Ive wanted one of these for a looooong time! All you little Doe beware you will get a pass no longer. With a $2000 budget and a few weekends I was able to build this sweet cooler that measures 5’x10’8″x8’tall. room to hang, room to process, no matter how hot it is outside.

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17 thoughts on “How To: build a walk-in cooler for deer season. (coolbot 2015)

  1. Dustin Apple says:

    Update – 4 weeks into the archery season here in Indiana and Amy and myself have already harvested 3 whitetails:-) The coolbot is working flawlessly and all 3 deer have been taken in 70-75 degree weather. its awesome to let a deer hang for a few days before you need to process. we bought some of the small plastic filet tables and they are nice work stations. Amy got herself a 1/3hp lem grinder and it makes short work for making and packaging hamburger. we just use a vacuum sealer for steaks and roast.

  2. Dustin Apple says:

    UPDATE: since the install my wife Amy and I have harvested 4 whitetails, all in 70-75degree weather and the cooler has been such a asset to our season. We have processed each one with care and the freezer is full! Even made us some breakfast sausage and lots and lots of jerky! If your thinking of doing a cooler like this and are concerned with $$$, please start out slow. Buy a used A/C unit and a new coolbot then cut corners on the insulation for now. Even thin walls will still cool meat enough to get you started, it just wont be efficient. witch means the A/C will run more and the temp wont get down as low.

  3. CoolBot says:

    Dustin – awesome video! Great explanation on your build and very well done. Very glad you had a great season with it last year, and so glad you like the CoolBot! Hope you keep it busy with some whitetails this season too!

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