Rivers Edge® 17' Jumbo Jack™ Ladder Tree Stand

Item # WX2-205411

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Hit the big time! Rivers Edge® 17' Jumbo Jack™ Ladder Tree Stand, BIG BUCKS OFF !

This Ladder Stand doesn't know how to do things "small scale"! It's tall, strong and spacious, comfortable and discounted here.

Jumbo on size and quality:
  • Sturdy steel construction, 300-lb. weight capacity
  • Easily accommodates bow and gun shooting with flip-up seat and easily removable padded shooting rail
  • Flip-down footrest
  • Platform and seat are 30" wide, "1 1/ 2 -man size" for elbow room. Platform is 26" deep
  • Camo-covered padded armrests
  • Breathable, supportive, mesh sling-style seat, with independent backrest
  • Comes with full-body safety harness
  • Tall 17' height to shooting rail
  • 20" seat height
  • With stable, secure, safe mounting system.
  • Matte gray finish. 70 lbs.

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Stands For Heavy Hunters

Most climbing stands, portables and single-person ladders are rated to 300 pounds, and two-person stands commonly rated to 500 pounds. If you're a heavyweight division hunter, you have to consider the total of your weight, your clothes, your backpack and your archery gear. Here are some tips for big guys to keep in mind before selecting their next treestand.

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.

Tree Stand Basics

The biggest advantage of the treestand is that it minimizes the scent you leave on the ground. If the hunter can divert most of his scent, he is much more likely to see deer. A good treestand also keeps deer from spotting you. Here are the different types of treestands and the advantages and disadvantages of each.

Great Gear And Tips for Climbing Stands

While the rut is going, my favorite ambush usually involves a climbing stand. By necessity, given the need to find a good-sized, fairly straight hardwood tree, I find myself perched high, with no place to hang my stuff. You know, stuff! What's in your backpack?

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