HuntStand Hunting App
Sticks question
Equipment
Contributors to this thread:
Bmac420 24-Nov-19
Scrappy 24-Nov-19
Bmac420 24-Nov-19
midwest 24-Nov-19
Bmac420 24-Nov-19
midwest 24-Nov-19
BC173 26-Nov-19
BC173 26-Nov-19
KC 26-Nov-19
The last savage 26-Nov-19
From: Bmac420
24-Nov-19
Hang stand on public ground and bring in your climbing sticks every hunt? Who else does this and what is your method of putting them on while climbing up?

From: Scrappy
24-Nov-19
A million YouTube vids, you just need to decide which system seems best for you.

From: Bmac420
24-Nov-19
Just 4 sticks, was planning on hanging few different stand. Pack in sticks n pack out leaving stand in tree. More so to keep the thugs from stealing

From: midwest
24-Nov-19

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I built my own. 2 double steps with an aider attached. Very quiet and lightweight. Relatively compact compared to my LW sticks.

From: Bmac420
24-Nov-19
Want to be min of 20’ hang first at waist height, n maybe attach 3 to my harness using paracord loop, lineman belt would act at my tree strap once I’m in my stand.

From: midwest
24-Nov-19

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This gets me 20 feet at half the weight and WAY less bulk.

From: BC173
26-Nov-19
To do a rope modification, where can you buy the cress buttons and rope?

From: BC173
26-Nov-19
Thanks JTV. Appreciate your help. The video was spit on.

From: KC
26-Nov-19
Midwest would you care to explain how you get 20' with 4 steps. I am new to this style of hunting so just curious as to your method

26-Nov-19

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I built this set. They weight 1 lb each. 9mm 1600lb dyneema cord,, i need to build 1 more i can easily get 15 ft to platform w 4. They work crazy good!!!! I NEVER leave them,,sometimes if i kno im coming back ill leave the stand and pull the stix. I can put um up fast and,quiet .i built the to stack tight together while carrying.

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