Buying a new tree stand.

Discussion in 'Whitetail Deer Hunting' started by sletten25, Sep 23, 2016.

  1. sletten25

    sletten25 Newb

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    I'm down to these two treestands and wondering what ones more comfy? Hawk or lone wolf?
     
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    BigHackAttack Weekend Warrior

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    Millennium is the most comfortable. Since comfort is obviously something you're concerned about, probably should look into one!
     
  3. SharpEyeSam

    SharpEyeSam Legendary Woodsman

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    ^THIS^ Milennium All the Way if comfort is what you are looking for!
     
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    alfarah50 Weekend Warrior

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    I have millennium m150. I can sit all day without any problems. comfiest tree stands out
     
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    SharpEyeSam Legendary Woodsman

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    I have the M100u and I agree. All day sit are no problem.
     
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    dnoodles Grizzled Veteran

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    Given that he said he's b/t a Hawk and a LW and all you guys are steering him towards comfortable Milleniums; I'd say a Hawk Helium which is basically a lightweight Millennium for much cheaper.
     
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    abates352 Weekend Warrior

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    I love the m150 monster.
     
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    purebowhunting Die Hard Bowhunter

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    If your greatest concern is comfort the above suggestions have you covered. If quietness, ease of setup, and mobility is important you may want to sacrifice comfortable.
     
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    mikido Weekend Warrior

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    Get the $30 hang on/spike stands. Set and forget.
     
  10. tkaldahl2000

    tkaldahl2000 Weekend Warrior

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    So I don't have either of those, but the two inch thick seat on my XOP is surprisingly uncomfortable. I assume that the Lone Wolf seat is pretty much identical. I can sit on the cheap foam seat of my $30 stand from Menards longer than I can on the XOP. I would not want to carry the cheap stand in every time I wanted to hunt though.
     
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    My brother and I sat together in a two man Hawk this past weekend for the first time and we sat for 7 hours with total comfort. The leg room and chairs were the best I have ever experienced, tt definitely has me sold. I can't speak on the millennium behalf, but I heard they were good stands too.
     

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