Run and gun/bow set

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  1. creed1

    creed1 Weekend Warrior

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    I'm looking for the most portable stand and sticks setup, is there anything better than the lone wolf stand with the quiver for there sticks? I'm going on an out of state hunt next year and I want to be as portable as possible!
     
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    I had a hawk helium stand this last season before it was stolen, very nice stand and super light plus cheaper than lone wolf. Being that I don't have it anymore, I use my XOP and their sticks but Lone Wolf probably has the best run and gun setup
     
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    I have a lone wolf assault with 4 lone wolf sticks. Time right now to set up the stand is 4 mins with 22 seconds. Going to beat the 4 mins mark within the next few months. Can't really find anything else that fast. I had in the past used a climber summit viper sd but it has a lot of limitations so, next season will be my first with the LW assault hang on stand. Whatever you pick, good luck and always stay connected to the tree, be safe.


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    That's a quality first post right there...
     
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    Lone wolf x 10. Don't cut corners on a tree stand.


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    creed1 Weekend Warrior

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    I dont really have a budget, the money in applying for my iowa tag and actually buying my iowa tags I'll be 700 dollars into this trip before I ever pack my gear up so I intend to make the most of my hunts there! Thanks for the input, I pulled the trigger on the alpha 2 and 4 sticks, looking forward to experimenting with the best ways to pack it in and set it up! Wish me luck in the lottery they say the 4th year is the charm!
     
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    Hard to beat lone wolf when it comes to sticks, but as mentioned below the HAWK stands aren't bad for the $.
    That being said; I only hunt my Lone Wolf's nowadays.
     
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    I'd prefer lone wolf or xop. 1 there light, 2 you can adjust to any tree no matter if it's a little cricked. U can adjust the stands straight.
     
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