Successful hunters know they must be willing to stay mobile to have the best chance of encountering a trophy buck and Lone Wolf treestands are ideal for their mobility needs.
The best way to stay mobile and flexible in pursuit of the deer you want to harvest is to carry a lightweight and simple tree stand setup that can be put up quickly when moved from one site to another.
Hunters are amazed to discover that the difference between a good hunting stand and a really great one can sometimes be only about ten yards. Placement should be considered critical.
Lone Wolf Treestands Are Quiet And Easy To Put In Place
Lightweight portable tree stands are certainly the best tree stands type for bow hunters, who need to remain in much closer proximity to their prey in order to make a successful kill shot. The hunters must also be very quiet. Their movements must be stealthy and their equipment must not make noise unnecessarily. Lone Wolf treestands are ideal for bow hunters and all hunters as they are made of cast aluminum, which is very quiet. The stands' cast aluminum platforms provide a silent and sturdy base which provides four or five comfortable hours of sitting space. They can be unpacked, put in place and assembled within twenty minutes.
Lone Wolf Treestands Are Feature-Rich And Have Tons Of Options
Lone Wolf treestands have no hollow metal tubes in their equipment to create echo chambers for the taps and tings of the slightest brushes of branches and boots against them. There are no rivets, stressed joints or bolts to stress or expand, pop and ping or make noises. The best tree stands are easy and safe to climb, have non-slip footing and a minimum of moving parts. Lone Wolf manufactures climbing sticks in one, three and four pieces. The Lone Wolf treestands offers Alpha and Assault Hang-Ons, mini climbing sticks, comfort seat pads, a flip top seat kit, sit bar pads, climbing stick caddies and padded back packs for ease of carrying from one site to another. Also available for these models are a foot rest, shooting rail, tree stand safety lines, carabineer ropes, utility belts, hang hooks, quiver mounts, bow holder grommets, replacements parts and one year limited warranty.
You'll Like These Ultra Lightweight Models
climber tree stands are another variety of tree stand. These stands are designed for quiet but fast climbing without a ladder or steps. They are best used in oaks, pine or birch trees that are straight and tall and found in wooded areas with little undergrowth. One of the lightest climber tree stands on the market is the Alpha Hand Climber by Lone Wolf. It only weighs fourteen pounds and the newest version will weigh only seventeen pounds. It quickly folds up and lies flat for easy carrying through the woods in a backpack. Like all Lone Wolf treestands, its operation is simple. Its mechanism is straight-forward and easy to adjust. There are no bungee cords or stirrups to get feet all tangled up. Alphas are the best tree stands of this type if you want an extremely quiet and sturdy one.
Match Your Tree Stand To The Habitat To Ensure Proper Mounting
There are other good brands of climber tree stands. One other is the Summit Viper. Their first stands were steel but their current stands are full aluminum versions. The frame nests together and is portable. It is light (twenty pounds) and carries the best tree stand warranty to be found: a five year limited warranty. It also works for both rifle and bow hunters. Lone Wolf treestands also come in hang-on stands. Hunters choosing one of these models need to consider the size of the platform they need and the amount of stability they want. Look also for the mounting system suited for the type of trees located in the hunting habitat in which it will be used to be sure it can be adequately secured. For longer distance scouting of prey, look for a ladder tree stand that can be secured to a tree. In this scenario the hunter sits atop the ladder stand to watch prey from a distance – a great way to start out when you want to bag that trophy buck.