Very nice! Defiantly got creative, sometimes i wish i had something like that.
Does not serve a purpose? The OP explained that it is helpful for brushy fields to get above the grass... Guess you missed that part.GHOSTHUNTER said:One more thing to carry that doesn't really serve a purpose.
What is hard to understand? Do people fire shotguns and rifles from elevated positions for deer hunting? Im not sure I see the difference.bees_obrien said:seems like a lot of work to me.....i'm with ghosthunter on this having trouble understanding the logic in this one as far as predator hunting goes
There are a bunch of CRP type fields around my place that I would like to hunt but cant due to the high weeds, this would definitely make it easier to see over it. I think a 4' ladder would be perfect. Im assuming the guys out west use it for the same purpose, to see over sage brush and the like.bigben said:There are alot of successful predator callers that kill more coyotes a year off of a ladder like that in Arizona and other desert states then you will in a year or maybe even 10 years. I wouldn't knock it because it does work. Have your doubts but there are many advantages to having a higher perch to see incoming critters. I know a few people that stand while hunting daytime predators so they can see better.