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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-11-2014, 02:45 PM Thread Starter
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Tree Umbrella

Looking for a recommendation on a tree umbrella for archery and rifle. Looked on Cabelas site and the reviews are poor for their options.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 10-11-2014, 04:19 PM
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Re: Tree Umbrella

get a cheap one at walmart. They work fine.

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I like the one from carry lite.It is 57 " wide and was easy to install. I stayed dry this morning until my tie off rope started wicking water. The umbrella did it's job.
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The tree umbrellas have kept me dry for a long time, some are better than others, i have had wind gusts destroy them in about 3 seconds.

I always have one on hand, i kinda figure that for the cost of most of them, that if i can get them to last me a season or two then they paid for themselves. Some have made it a few seasons and one only made it a hunt or two. The way i see it if you need it and it keeps you dry for an all day sit or two, then it was worth what i payed for it!
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Re: Tree Umbrella

These are the nutz for 30 bucks. Just be careful not to tear the tie straps off the roof material putting the roof on the frame & you're good to go. Stands up to a lot of snow if you cross two sticks under the fabric part for support.

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