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    trophyline tree saddle

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    Ground blind, tree stand , ladder stand, and soon to be a homemade tree stand.
    I love my welder.

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    Both, depends on what and where I'm hunting, usually I'm in a climber in the fall. I have one natural ground blind behind some downed tree roots that I've taken a couple bucks from; it's a great funnel. Turkey with bow I'm in a blind. Don't use my pop-up much for deer; they work better when they are left out and brushed in good, I won't leave mine out. I did use it last fall in one spot that didn't have any good trees, came close on a nice buck and a doe came within 10 yds.

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    ground blind. one from cabela's called trekker (basic small dome type) and a Barronett hub. The trekker got put up in Oct and didn't come down til Jan. Worked thru rain storms, high winds, and snow. Kept me dry! Will use the Barronett this season for coyote and then deer.
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    I've got an Ameristep G 20 popup, neat thing about is the mesh window can be raised by pulling attached strings, getting the mesh out of the way of the shot. Funny thing, although it's named an Ameristep, it's made in China. You have to expect those things when you pick it up on sale from SportsmansGuide. But it works.
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    Well might have to save some $$ this summer and buy one.It was a wet fall last year,and hard to put a day in soak and wet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simple Life View Post
    Well might have to save some $$ this summer and buy one.It was a wet fall last year,and hard to put a day in soak and wet
    You could get a ladder stand cover kit. Then you won't get wet or be seen ...................................eating onions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    You could get a ladder stand cover kit. Then you won't get wet or be seen ...................................eating onions.

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    Ha Ha funny,don't you have a string jig to be working on
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simple Life View Post
    Ha Ha funny,don't you have a string jig to be working on
    LMAO he's got ya there hutch...
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simple Life View Post
    Ha Ha funny,don't you have a string jig to be working on
    You have no sense of humor Grampa Simple life. Ok I will get back to the string jig.


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