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  • I was wondering if anyone could recomend a tree stand to me. I am wanting one for the upcoming archery season. Just curious if a

    I was wondering if anyone could recomend a tree stand to me. I am wanting one for the upcoming archery season. Just curious if anyone knows of one that has a decent sized foot platform that would make a more sturdy shot for me. Thank you for all whom help.

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    I use/love Summit brand. Check them out. Hope this helps.

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    • #3
      What type are you looking for - climber, ladder, hang-on? I only have experience with climbers and really like Lone Wolf and Summit.

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        Thanks for everyone who helped. And I have a follow-up question. I was wondering if anyone knows about climber that is connected the whole way up the tree. I've seen it in a magazine and lost it. So thanks again.

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        • #5
          Not sure what you mean about "whole way up".
          Like I said check into "Summit" brand. Lone Wolf might be good too(no exp. with them though).

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          • #6
            For a climber, I like the Treelounge. It's sturdy. It's safe as long as you're careful. It's also comfortable if you're going to stay in the tree all day. The down side is that it's a little heavy--not the best if you have to pack it a long way in & out each day. You can check it out online--just google treelounge. Good luck with your search.

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            • #7
              A CLIMBING LADDER STAND is what i think you're talking about.these work well as a semi=permanent stand they work well over baits and well traveled trails they can be purchased xtra large or for two people that would allow you plenty of room.AS far as a regular climber summit viper has my vote.

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              • #8
                If you really want a good stand you should pick from the "Summit" line of products. Or what also works is just buy a few different lengths of 2X4's and some plywood (if you want sides) and assemble your own right at home. Both methods are excellent, but building your own just feels cooler because you can take pride in a semi-portable stand that you set up that will produce trophies for a lifetime. My dad hunted out of a tree stand he build when he was about 15 for almost 30 years!

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