I have a Nissan Sentra and it smells like fish. I've solved the bucket problem by buying one with a lid. But the main problem is during steelhead season, when I keep the net in there all the time. I am going to buy a new car soon, and more than likely it will be another sedan. I put a lot of miles on my car, and gas prices can't justify an SUV or truck. Aside from just washing the net off when you are done fishing, is there anything else I can do? The net I have now fits inside the car, and I was thinking of just putting a garbage bag over the net, but I'm not sure how well that will work. When I get a new car, I'll probably buy a net that fits in the trunk, but from my experiences, the bucket I kept in the trunk smelled up the whole car anyways. You guys know anything else I can try?