Whats your favorite type of tree stand?

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Whats your favorite type of tree stand?

  1. HangOn

    50.5%
  2. Climber

    36.1%
  3. Ladder

    22.7%
  4. Tripod

    2.1%
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  1. tfarah22

    tfarah22 Weekend Warrior

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    I have noticed that there are a lot of Lone Wolf guys on here. What makes them great? I understand they are light, but they don't really look that comfortable. That being said, no one around here owns one so I have never had a chance to try one out. I ended up with a millennium m100 that keeps me comfortable all day long. Very happy with it so far.
     
  2. cgersty

    cgersty Weekend Warrior

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    I use ladder stands, and a summit viper climber.
     
  3. fishsoft92

    fishsoft92 Weekend Warrior

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    Depends on how the terrain looks, but i would choose a hang on first and foremost.
     
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    JGallaher Newb

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    Summit Climber & Millennium M50
     
  5. Brucifer

    Brucifer Newb

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    Summit specialist
     
  6. AJBowhunter

    AJBowhunter Weekend Warrior

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    I personally love my Lone Wolf Alpha Hand Climber II, my favorite tree stand I have owned. I like a tree stand with a lot of versatility.


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  7. Sticknstringarchery

    Sticknstringarchery Grizzled Veteran

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    I use lock ons and sticks. Right now I have 20' ladder sticks but, that will change before season starts. Ill buy either Muddy or Lone Wolf sticks. I also use climbing stands some.
     
  8. wl704

    wl704 Legendary Woodsman

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    I've got a set of LWs I'd you want to give em a test drive now that you live so much closer...
     
  9. Sticknstringarchery

    Sticknstringarchery Grizzled Veteran

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    I'd like to give them a try sometime.
     
  10. solocamin1

    solocamin1 Weekend Warrior

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    Lone wolf hang ons and sticks i think there the best. So light weight and you can put one in any tree even if its a leaner lol.
     
  11. wl704

    wl704 Legendary Woodsman

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    Sent you a message on FB. But remember, turkey season is right around the corner...
     
  12. wl704

    wl704 Legendary Woodsman

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    I agree the LWs are light and easy to use. I liked the way the Muddys attached. The Leverage sticks have the benefit of the pegs on both sides. I think Afflicted picked up the Leverage sticks.
     
  13. BowMaster5

    BowMaster5 Weekend Warrior

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    Only have a hang on so its my favourite haha.
     
  14. EliteGame530

    EliteGame530 Weekend Warrior

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    Bought a summit viper SD as my first tree stand. im in love with it but i can definitely see how more versatile a hang on is.

    Might start eyeing a LW hangon and sticks for my second stand.
     
  15. nealmccullough

    nealmccullough BHOD Crew

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    Climber is probably what I use most! Lone Wolf Flip Top!!
     

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