New Hang on Stand

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by Mallard Man, Aug 4, 2009.

  1. Mallard Man

    Mallard Man 6 pointer

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    I'm in the market for a new hang on stand. Any favorites or suggestions?
     
  2. fergdog78

    fergdog78 Spike

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    I have been in the market myself and i have narrowed it down to lonewolf and muddy tree stands they are light and have good reviews. The muddy tree stands are cheaper so i am going to give them a try. www.gomuddy.com
     
  3. elmucho277

    elmucho277 6 pointer

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    for the money i like rivers edge bigfoot xl. they are pretty easy to set up, comfortable, quiet, mount solid and roomy. if you look around you can find them on sale for a reasonable price. think i have about 7 of them that are all around 4 years old and stay in the woods nearly all year and have held up great.
     
  4. NonTyp

    NonTyp 12 pointer

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    Non-Typical stands are some of the best stands available. Light,stable, quiet and safe set-up, and most of all safe!

    Rapid Rails are the best way to access a stand also! Very SAFE!
     
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  5. ken w

    ken w 6 pointer

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    i second the non-typical light and stable and fast to setup , not many trees it wont hang on
     
  6. xtremewhitetail

    xtremewhitetail Spike

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    summit is the best and comfortable even more if u get the foot rest....
     
  7. treedweller

    treedweller 6 pointer

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    I have a lone wolf, loggy bayou, huntersview,and rivers edge, ladders ,climbers, and hang ons, and I preffer the rivers edge hang on over all of them. And I got them for $59 at Gander. The lone wolf is the worst out of all of them, don't waste your money on that brand.
     
  8. huntr467

    huntr467 12 pointer

    been hunting out of Gorrilla loc-ons for 10+ yrs. We leave them in the woods yr round just "pop" the straps every yr to accomidiate for tree growth. Never had any issues with them probably have about a dozen or so out.
    We use 2 ratchet straps plus the chain. Comfortable, reasonbly priced, usually can find them at wally world.
     
  9. kywallace69

    kywallace69 12 pointer

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    I have about 10 Big Game XL hang on tree stands. They have a very roomy platform and are comfortable. I use them all day during the rut. About $100 each. They are a booger to hang though. Weighing in a 20lbs. That is before I started using the one wolf stand hanger. It really helps. I also had a few lone wolf assualt hang ons and they are really expensive. Dont think that they are worth the money. I can by almost three Big Games stand for the price of one lone wolf.
     
  10. skin_dog1

    skin_dog1 BBBC Members

    I like the muddy stands. They're a knock off of the Loggy bayou hangons but with a more plush seat. The seat and platform have juat enough adjustment you and adjust to fit slightly leaning trees for a more comfy sit. I also choose to haul my setup in with me alot. These stands are extra light weight making that chore a little easier.
     
  11. nooge

    nooge 6 pointer

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