Premium Hang - on Tree Stand

Item # WX2-177505

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Premium Hang - on Tree Stand Pick your point of attack! BIG BUCKS OFF!

Highly portable so you can be open to finding the perfect location! Get this Premium Hang-on tree stand, open up the map book and find spots you never could have reached otherwise.

It weighs in at a modest 37 lbs. And once you get there, you'll be free to hunt in comfort aboard the padded seat with armrests and backrest. Plenty roomy and Close-Out affordable!

  • 21" wide x 28" long platform with footrest
  • 17 x 10" seat for a comfortable, unrestrained day of hunting
  • Secure, heavy-duty tree straps for great treestand stability.
  • Safety harness with tree strap. Includes safety DVD
  • 300-lb. tree stand weight capacity.

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Customer Reviews

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  1. 5 stars
    Very nice product with easy assembly
  2. 4 stars
    Tree Stand was exactly as described and just what I was looking for. You can never have enough stands for every possible direction the wind may blow but I was hoping to get a comfortable stand and this should do the trick nicely.
  3. Awesome and was just what I expected!!!
  4. 5 stars
    hung this the other day stand is good but hanging straps need to be better. I would change to ratchet straps for a more secure set up
  5. 4 stars
    Super comfortable stand with a nice, large foot platform! My only complaint was the cam lock style straps that came with the stand. They held the stand up, but there was still a little wiggle that made me feel unsafe. I used two ratchet straps to hold the stand, this really made the stand rock solid. Really nice seat pad and arm rests that makes a long morning bearable. The safety harness is not the greatest, but it works.
  6. 5 stars
    boots are great
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Articles & Tips
Outsmarting Bucks: Move Your Stand

Ed B. from Tennessee writes to ask about deer sightings. "I used to see big bucks on my hunting area, as did my three hunting buddies. But in the past two years, although we see bucks when we scout before the season, buck sightings during the hunting season have dropped significantly. We still hunt the same way we used to, and the stands that were always productive are still being used, so what has happened to our bucks?"

Stand Placement Priorities

No matter where you hunt -- or what type of habitat you hunt -- there will always be certain areas that receive an inordinate amount of deer usage. Finding these hotspots is good, but what you do with them is much more important. To put it bluntly, there's a lot more to it than simply finding a hotspot and hunting there.

Treestand/Ground-Level Hunting Basics

When searching out the ideal spot to place our bowhunting treestands, everyone knows the main criteria for desirability -- a location that has a lot of deer passing close-by. Certainly, this is priority No. 1, but there are other important considerations. It also has been my experience that when done properly, bowhunting from the ground can be an extremely effective proposition. Here are some tips for both methods of bowhunting.

Treestand Maintenance

An often overlooked, though important part of off-season hunting preparation lies in equipment maintenance -- stands and treesteps, in particular. Here are some things you should do to be safer next season.

Bowhunting: Tips For Better Shooting From Treestands: Part 1

Are you having trouble making the shot when the opportunity presents itself? Does it seem like some little thing goes wrong every time? Hey, don't give up. I've been there. I've missed and just plain blew a bunch of opportunities at whitetail deer. And I know from my own experience that these tips will make you a more deadly treestand hunter.

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