Treestand System

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  1. jvella

    jvella Weekend Warrior

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    Hey all. So I've decided to switch from a ladder stand to a hang-on. I will be hunting public land. Does anyone take their stands down after every hunt or risk leaving it for 2-4 days in between hunts.
     
  2. kurveball18

    kurveball18 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Take it with you. I know in a lot of states its not legal to leave your stand on public ground.
     
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    Coop Grizzled Veteran

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    Depends on the stand. Cheap ones we leave out. My Lone Wolf I brought home every hunt.
     
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    w1ckstar Weekend Warrior

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    I only leave mine out if I hunt in the evening then return again the following morning.
     
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    buck32 Newb

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    How much would yall sell bow #1 PSE MARAUDER and bow #2 BLACK BEAR
     
  6. jvella

    jvella Weekend Warrior

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    Did some research for Iowa: has to be taken down within 7 days after close of the season
     
  7. FroMan

    FroMan Weekend Warrior

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    Do yall actually prefer hang-on stands and sticks over that of a climber? Because, in my experience it is considerably more difficult to hang sticks and stands than it is to work a climber.

    However, the fact that stands and sticks can be used on more trees has kept a switch in the back of my mind...
     
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    englum_06 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I went with Lone Wolf and Sticks a few years ago for the versatility. I didn't want to be walking into areas and not finding trees suitable for a climber. I'm virtually unlimited with my set up.


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    Jeepwillys Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Definitely worth going with the Stand and Sticks. Spend the money and get a good one. Cry once.
    If you have a linesman belt with your harness they are fast and safe to climb and hang.
    I recommend, if you don't have one, the Hanger harness from HSS and Millennium Stands (M100U).
     
  10. SharpEyeSam

    SharpEyeSam Legendary Woodsman

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    Hang on with sticks give you more flexibility as far as trees to pick.
     

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