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I am new to bowhunting and have never used a climbing tree stand. Can anyone recommend a good one for a beginner and one that p

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  • I am new to bowhunting and have never used a climbing tree stand. Can anyone recommend a good one for a beginner and one that p

    I am new to bowhunting and have never used a climbing tree stand. Can anyone recommend a good one for a beginner and one that packs light because I go deep in the woods?

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    Look at Summit Goliath SD Climbing T-Stand 21# holds 350# for when your Deep in the Deer woods.

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    • #3
      2nd that! Treestand

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      • #4
        I have grown fond of the Lone Wolf Loc-on with 4 climbing sticks. Will get you into just about any tree you wish.

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        • #5
          I'll vouch for Summit stands. I have a Viper. It weighs about 5-6 pounds more than the Goliath but it is rock solid, no creaks or cracks, absolutely silent to sit in. Easy to climb with. I routinely carry mine about 1 1/2 miles across a valley to a stand and it's comfortable to carry.

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          • #6
            If you go deep in the woods, you may want to get a one man, 2 wheel cart to carry your gear in and your deer out. With a cart, weight of the tree stand is not as important.

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            • #7
              try going to bass pro shops and ask which kind of metal is lighter aluminum or steel cuz I forgot. but whichever it is get the best one u can afford

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              • #8
                I think a lock-on tree stand with climbing sticks installed a few days before is the way to go. Because your in stand faster and things can quiet down a lot faster. There is also less human scent on the ground while setting up the climber. If it is still dark while you’re setting up the climber your flashlight is beaming out in every direction.

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                • #9
                  one word ...... aluminum

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                  • #10
                    one word ...... aluminum

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