Summit Treestands
Tree steps
Equipment
Contributors to this thread:
tradmt 22-Aug-17
MDW 22-Aug-17
Proline 22-Aug-17
Buckskin22 22-Aug-17
Buckskin22 22-Aug-17
Butcher 22-Aug-17
OkieJ 22-Aug-17
tradmt 23-Aug-17
Tajue17 15-Sep-17
Shawn 15-Sep-17
Errorhead 15-Sep-17
APauls 15-Sep-17
sbschindler 15-Sep-17
12yards 15-Sep-17
RutnStrut 15-Sep-17
From: tradmt
22-Aug-17
What do you tree stand gurus recommend for tree steps?

From: MDW
22-Aug-17
As I've gotten older, it's all ladder stands!

From: Proline
22-Aug-17
I use screw in steps. Bottom five are API sky hooks or bear claws that hang on a bolt and take the off when you leave

From: Buckskin22
22-Aug-17
Lone wolf sticks or ezy hang screw ins

From: Buckskin22
22-Aug-17
Make that "ezy climb" the one's made by cranford

From: Butcher
22-Aug-17
Ez climb by Cranford are by far easiest to screw in imo

From: OkieJ
22-Aug-17
Rapid Rails,

From: tradmt
23-Aug-17
Oops, climbing sticks is what I'm after. Thanks guys.

From: Tajue17
15-Sep-17

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I use Jim stepp steps, the ones I personally use I cover in hockey tape and then they stack into each other so and when I fold up my portable I lock the steps into the stand all the metal is covered so no noise and a very quiet and light set up for those scrub oak type trees that are impossible with a climber, they aren't made anymore but I have an original un used set forsale if your interested..

From: Shawn
15-Sep-17
Depends, I have 60 plus stands and have used most everything from giant nail to huge lag bolts but as far as screw in Ameristep grizzlies are very good they are a heavier gauge steel. Shawn

From: Errorhead
15-Sep-17
Rapid rails

From: APauls
15-Sep-17
I use Lone Wolf, like em

From: sbschindler
15-Sep-17
Muddy sticks

From: 12yards
15-Sep-17
I've been using Lone Wolf sticks for the last about 10 years. I really like them. I hang and hunt every time I go. Takes me about 12 minutes to get set up and in my stand with 4 sticks and a Lone Wolf Alpha hang on.

From: RutnStrut
15-Sep-17
Cheap climbing sticks from Menards or Fleet Farm for a lot of the stands that stay out on our land. Muddy and Lone Wolf climbing sticks for mobile.

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