Sportsman's Outdoor Products® G3 Treestand Pack, Mossy Oak® Break - Up

Item # WX2-215896

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Details & Specs

SOP® G3 Treestand Pack. Made by hunters, for hunters, and it shows.

Leave it to the forward-thinking folks at Sportsman's Outdoor Products® to think of everything. It's taylor-made for treestand hunters, with 2,200 cu. in. capacity and 20 compartments - every one of them fully accessible while the Pack is hanging in your stand. There's a special spot for rattling horns. There's a pocket for your scent. There's a gear gripper to hold your bow or rifle.

And lots more... check it out:
  • Rugged poly fabric shell with Mossy Oak® Break-Up camo pattern
  • 2,200 cubic inch capacity, 20 compartments / pockets total
  • Unique flip-top opening design was made specifically for use in a treestand
  • Strap for extra clothing
  • Easy-clean vinyl scent pouch
  • Straps for your rattling horns
  • Gear gripper holds your bow or rifle
  • 25' nylon pull-up rope included.

Treestand Pack, Mossy Oak® Break-Up


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Articles & Tips
My Treestand Bowhunting System

It's interesting how the different types of hunting each have their own character. There's the freedom of still-hunting. The focus of spot & stalk. The strategy of calling. Treestand hunting, for me, is systematic. We all have our kind of system -- what we bring, what we do and how we do it. The other day in a treestand, I considered mine.

Tips For Backpack Bowhunting

In the bowhunting world, there are countless levels of challenge and pursuit available. As for me, I love to put on a backpack and fade away into trackless country. This kind of hunt requires dedication and determination. This kind of outing will provide you with both mental and physical toughness rarely found elsewhere. You'll become a very savvy outdoorsman and the satisfaction gleaned from the experiences will fill the recesses of your mind with a treasure chest of memories. Let's take a look at some of the equipment necessary to tackle the backcountry, with bow in hand.

Hunting Pack Essentials

Ralph T. from Massachusetts writes: "Dave, I find that my fanny pack is getting too small to hold all the items I feel I need when bowhunting deer. Exactly what do you carry in your pack? What is essential, and what isn't?"

Backpack Bowhunting

In relation to whitetail hunting, the opportunity to bowhunt from a self-sufficient, backwoods' camp is fairly limited. However, being able to access remote country on foot and effectively hunt for an extended amount of time not only provided me with top-end bowhunting, but also with an extreme sense of satisfaction.

Scrapes: Treat The Overhanging Limb With Scent

John M. from Mississippi writes to ask about the overhanging limb at scrapes. "I've been following the advice of Gene Wensel from Iowa by placing pre-orbital gland scent on the limb that hangs over scrapes. I've been starting this in October and have had some good success in getting bucks to come to those scrapes, but if I started earlier, would more bucks use those scrapes?"

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