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Hang On Treestand

I need to buy a new hang on for a new area I am hunting next week. Would like to keep it under $150. Any recommendations?

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post #2 of 23 (permalink) Old 10-31-2014, 12:01 PM
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Re: Hang On Treestand

I would buy the best one you can...muddy should be easy to hang I have a lone wolf that is super light, and super easy to hang. I like how thry have a hook you can attach the stand to the tree with leaving your hands free to finish attaching the stand to the tree.

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The cheaper but better hang-ons that I know of are from brands like: Muddy, Millenium(M50), or even some Big Game stands. If I had to pick out of the three brands I would chose Muddy. Good luck.

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I use 30 $ ameristep hang on stands and have never had a problem

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What ever you buy make sure its aluminum, the cheaper steel stands the grating will squeak in a few years.

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You want me to put my ear to the ground? Listen for hoof beats? Look for broken twigs?
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Re: Hang On Treestand

I buy the cheapo comfort zone from Dicks. Usually can get them on sale for $40 or less and they do the job. Definitely nothing fancy and not as comfortable as my climber but it's much quicker in the morning.
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Re: Hang On Treestand

I both one of the field and stream timberlines (their copy of a Millennium M25) Now on sale for $59 Pretty solid and easy to sit for hours

It's not my Lone Wolfe Alpha but it's not $250 either

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I'm partial to millenium treestands.I have the m50 and love it
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Re: Hang On Treestand

I have a stupid question - I am 16, and have never used a "hang on" stand. Is it like a climber, or how do you get it in the tree? Is that one of the ones you get tree pegs for?

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