If your turkey stinks when you clean it I would bet you did not field dress it promptly and it has started to rot. Salmonella loves to grow in warm fowl.
If I can not get my bird cleaned within 30 minutes I always field dress it. Especially in late spring or early fall when the temps are warmer. None of my turkeys have ever stunk.
Here is how-
Cut around the bottom of the breast as illustrated cut A on figure. Insert hand remove entrails making sure you remove the heart and lungs.
To remove the crop -Cut along lower neck (illustrated cut B) to breast work fingers around the crop and pull out intact. You may want to cut it open to inspect what the turkey has been feeding on. Within minutes of kill the crop will began fermenting, swelling and tainting the breast meat. Always remove the crop quickly.
Back at the truck there is ice and a cooler. Put a bag of ice in cavity to speed cooling.