About 7 days ago, I trapped a woodchuck that was living under my Mothers garage, as she wanted it gone. I removed the entrails, cut it up and put it in a 1 gallon plastic jug with a loose lid on top, in the sun. My plan was to let it taint, a bit, then preserve it with sodium benzonate. Well, I had to go out of town for a few days and now the jug stinks so bad that I can smell it about 100 feet away, PLUS, the maggot flies are crawling all over the outside of the jug, trying to get in. Question! --- Should I continue to preserve it --OR --- should I "chuck" the chuck and start over? Personally, I think I waited too long and now I have Possum bait! And if I am advised to continue with the preserving process, I don't know if I will be able to stop puking long enough to finish the job. What should I do?