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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-13-2019, 07:38 PM
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Before this season I just strapped my fanny pack around the tree and used carabiners to attach gear to it. However, before the start of this season I bought a gear hanger from bigwhitetaildreams.com. Uses a cam buckle strap to attach around the tree, and comes with 4 steel hangers. I removed 1 of them and may only use 2 next year. Once I'm up to my desired height, I pull the gear hanger out of a pocket and attach around the tree. Then I pull up my pack and hang it on 1 hook, then pull up my bow, detach the quiver, and hang the quiver on a second hook on the opposite side of the tree from my pack. Bow goes on a bow holder on my climber. Keeps everything very handy. Well worth the $20! Good luck!
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post #12 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-27-2019, 09:09 AM
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I have a bag for the Summit Climber front rail everything goes in it.

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I have a bow holder on my climber. Everything else goes in my pockets, but I don't take much gear. Rangefinder, grunter, binos. If I do take a fanny pack, it's very small and sits on the climber platform tucked in against the tree.

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post #14 of 16 (permalink) Old 01-08-2020, 11:23 AM
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I've been using this for the past 3 years,,, holds my rifle and or crossbow no problems.. pretty handy for law abiding hunters on state lands.

Big Game Treestands The Multi-Hook Accessory Holder | Bass Pro Shops.html
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I've been using this for the past 3 years,,, holds my rifle and or crossbow no problems.. pretty handy for law abiding hunters on state lands.

Big Game Tree stands The Multi-Hook Accessory Holder

sorry the Bass pro ink didn't;t work for me.,

they are $8.99 at Bass Pro..
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post #16 of 16 (permalink) Old 01-11-2020, 07:27 PM
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Most of my non-essentials go in the fanny pack which gets attached to the front rail....doubles as a cushion on the climb up. If it is later in the season I will also bungee my jacket on top of the pack. I also use another bungee to "lock" my feet in as I climb. Once I get to my height I take 1 bungee and attach to tree with the hooks facing "up" on my left side. My jacket I put under the bungee on the backside of the tree till I need it(if). On my right side I slip my bottle of juice under the cord (used to hang radio on that side too but just carry cell phone now). From the hooks I hang my bino's and grunt call and also on that side a small spray bottle of "no scent" under the cord. Everything else pretty much stays in the fanny pack. I hold my bow 90% of the time but do have a holster type holder that slides on my belt and gets tied down to my thigh.

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