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My lord look at this stand. If you know anything about Lone Wolf Custom Gear you know it鈥檚 absolutely the cream of the crop in engineering and design!
The freaking Packing Profile at- 1 7/8''!!!!! 馃槼馃槼馃槼馃槼.
The price is absolutely CRAZY!!! BUT, if you got the money, or young and have many years ahead of you to hunt, I imagine this would last a lifetime.
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However this type of thinking is exactly what gets me in big trouble with the credit card!!!! Hahaha
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It is nice. Way cheaper to just 1 stick.
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It is nice. Way cheaper to just 1 stick.
How long does it take you to get to 15ft? Seems like it would be a lot noisier doing all of that as well.
It takes minutes. Not a lot of noise either.
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I sit on stand 5-10 hours at a time. My old bony tail has to have some padding. What鈥檚 the mesh seat option look like?
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I sit on stand 5-10 hours at a time. My old bony tail has to have some padding. What鈥檚 the mesh seat option look like?
Lol I don鈥檛 think they have one. Man they make these things so damn small. I mean I get it, but I don鈥檛 know anyone small enough to sit in one all day.
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Looks good but sure pricey.
All of their stuff is suuuuuuper pricey.
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What ever happened to wedging a board in the crotch of a tree and sitting all day?

LOL! I gave that up when in my 20鈥檚 and was invincible. I like my enclosed blind with padded office chair that rocks now.
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What ever happened to wedging a board in the crotch of a tree and sitting all day?

LOL! I gave that up when in my 20鈥檚 and was invincible. I like my enclosed blind with padded office that rocks now.
Hahaha hey I鈥檓 right there with you. But on public that鈥檚 easier said than done.
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What ever happened to wedging a board in the crotch of a tree and sitting all day?

LOL! I gave that up when in my 20鈥檚 and was invincible. I like my enclosed blind with padded office that rocks now.
Those went out of style when railroad spikes went out of style for tree steps up to the board lol. My dad and I used both, I'd like to go back and see if any of those are still there actually. Osage county, north/northwest of Hudson Lake.
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I'd like to go back and see if any of those are still there actually. Osage county, north/northwest of Hudson Lake.
Unsure if those specific ones are there but I would be willing to bet they are. I have seen plenty of trees with various spikes in them. To me it鈥檚 a gauge of a good setup to find them.
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A grand for a climbing stand?!? No thank you!
I鈥檓 still using a climber I bought at the SHOT show when it was held in Dallas in 1988, and I think I gave $100 for it. It鈥檚 contributed to the deaths of at least 100 deer and A BUNCH of pigs.
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Those went out of style when railroad spikes went out of style for tree steps up to the board lol. My dad and I used both, I'd like to go back and see if any of those are still there actually. Osage county, north/northwest of Hudson Lake.
Kyler ranch area?
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Those went out of style when railroad spikes went out of style for tree steps up to the board lol. My dad and I used both, I'd like to go back and see if any of those are still there actually. Osage county, north/northwest of Hudson Lake.
If I was a betting man, I鈥檇 say the spikes are still in the tree. The woods here in east TX are full of trees with nails and spikes in them from folks old deer stands. There鈥檚 a tree on the back of my place by the creek that still has the remnants of 2x4鈥榮 nailed onto a tree for a ladder up to a big limb that was obviously the platform.
It seems to be a common practice to leave stands on property instead of hauling them off too, because my place has a rotted down old box stand, and my lease place next door has a couple more. The previous hunters on my place in Oklahoma left 3 old stands, and I was sitting in one of them when I killed the first deer off the place in 2004.
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Kyler ranch area?
I can't remember the name of the ranch now, Ball maybe? It was Holcomb when we hunted it, it was bordered by Yellowjacket, Mullendore, Friend and a couple other ranches that I can't recall off hand. The water pipe that flows from Hulah to Hudson ends on the ranch and just flows into a creek, the creek flows on down to Hudson, and the aviation tower for the area is on the SE corner of the place. Killed my first deer there, and first deer with a bow. Was just looking at an areal pic and they must have sprayed a lot of trees over the years because a lot of the timber we hunted is gone.
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Yellow was the east end boundaries and the ranch went way to the west. Those green areas were all oak timber back then. Those ponds were stuffed with stunted bass and crappie.
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Yes sir same place I figured you were talking about and your right they have sprayed a lot of trees out all through there I haven鈥檛 been over that way in quite a while now
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