Tree Stands for Hunting Deer


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Tree stands are a neccessity for all hunters. Whether it be the tripod stands, the climbing stands, chain on stands, or our ladder stands, a hunter must be able to elevate himself above the visual plain of a animals view.

Climbing stands are a easy way to move from place to place in the woods without the hassel of moving a bulky tree stand around. With there light wieght design and compact style, the climbing stands give you the flexablity to move with the game. Strongbuilt climbing stands are made with a new lightwieght aluminum frame, come with a TMA safety harness, and back packing straps that allow a hunter to strap his or her stand to there back and walk into and out of there favorite spot.

Chain on stands are similar to the climbing stands, but are a little more bulky and are meant for a more stationary spot. The benefit of the chain on stands are a light wieght design with a little more room in the stand for added comfort. Strongbuilt chain on stands also come with a TMA safety harness as well. The disadvantage of the chain on is that in order to use the chain on you must and a stick ladder to climb into the stand. This added item makes it a little more difficult to move from place to place, but it can still be done.

Ladder stands are more for the hunter who has found a spot and knows it is a good spot and wants to keep a stand there at all times. Lets say you found a spot in the woods when you were hunting out of your climbing stand, and it has produced several good hunts. This would be the spot where you would consider putting a ladder stand to avoid having to carry anything into the woods. Put up a stationary stand in this spot, and it allows you to be more stealthy as you enter and exit the woods. Free TMA safety harness with all 1 man ladder stands.

Tripod stands are the answer to alot of hunters needs that are hunting in a open field area, on a powerline clearing, or the egde of a thickit. With all different models to choose from, you can surely get the tripod you are looking for. Strongbuilt has the Deluxe Magnum Tripod, and the Deluxe Tripod models in 10 through 14 foot sizes. The Deluxe Magnum Tripod has a fully enclose 40" x 40" platform that has the size and comfort for a larger person, where as the Deluxe Tripods have a 34" x 34" platform and a V shape cut out where you climb into the stand. With these stands wieghting upwards of 150lbs, these stands are the right stands for a definate sure fire deer killing spot.

Tree stands made by Strongbuilt are not only the perfect stand for you, they have the perfect model for the perfect situation as well. So next time your in the woods wondering what you're needing to do about a particular situation, think back to this article and remember what was said and always, always, hunt hard and hunt safe.

Eric Schumann
Age 25 Hunting Supplies


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