PSEloyal said:I appreciate all the response the reasons I was looking at this on is one its not expensive which is good considering I have 3 kids the only reason I am getting to spend 1400 dollars on a new bow tax time is my wife has started noticing how down I get every hunting season because I cant hunt. also it looked pretty comfortable and I like comfort as I will usually spent the whole day in the stand instead of climbing out at noon like a lot of people do.
I bought one of these stands from Sportsmans guide to use this season and tried it out in my backyard tree and it is actually a comfortable stand, I love the seat, very adjustable. Its a little heavy at 24lbs but it fit my budget. I do not regret buying this stand.PSEloyal said:ok I am looking at a big dog tree stand from spotsman wharehouse I lookes like a good stand I put a picture of it on here if anyone uses one I would like to know what they think of it
Thats awesome, get em started young. I actually just saw some pretty nice blinds advertised at menards today. You might check em out. I've listed the link below.PSEloyal said:cool thanks man may go ahead and get me a couple still gotta spend a little on a ground blind though for when my 5 year old daughter wants to go with me
PSEloyal said:cujrh10 yea she wants to start young when I started looking a bows I got a bunch of catalogs from local pro shop she looked at them and said I wana do that so she shoots now but she wants to do anything archery hunt fish and competitons she loves it
Wolf thanks for the advise its not really that I got a big butt its more that I am 6 2 and weight about 275 so I would like the stands that support op to 300 but I am gonna look into your idea thanks