Lone Wolf treestand ?

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cabinfever
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Lone Wolf treestand ?

Post by cabinfever » Wed Dec 08, 2010 1:44 pm

I'm considering a new climbing treestand and want to know if anyone has tried the lone wolf sit and climb with the sling style seat.
It looks like it would be easy to setup on the tree.
My current climber is a pain to put on the tree but it is comfortable and secure, but it is heavy and noisy (treelounge).

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Re: Lone Wolf treestand ?

Post by agingcrossbower » Wed Dec 08, 2010 4:10 pm

I do not own one but it seems the faverite of any guide I have been with. Super light and quiet. :)

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Re: Lone Wolf treestand ?

Post by munch » Wed Dec 08, 2010 5:03 pm

i'm on my second one and love everything about the stand except the customer service was not what i expected.i had a problem with the straps that hold the 2 sections together well climbing.called many times and could not talk to anyone they never did fix what i thought was there problem i payed to have it fixed else where.if not for the fact they are everything they say about them i would have changed brands .
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Re: Lone Wolf treestand ?

Post by Bob64 » Wed Dec 08, 2010 6:37 pm

I have the Lone Wolf sit and climb stand and it's great. Very quiet and not that heavy. I also have the Lone Wolf stand with the climbing sticks. I use the climbing sticks more than the sit and climb because of the type of trees where I hunt. If you want to get really P##!ed off, then get all settled in, bow pulled up, then drop something important. It's happened to me more than once. Good Luck!

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Re: Lone Wolf treestand ?

Post by watamach » Wed Dec 08, 2010 9:13 pm

It's light,compact and fast. I really like mine and find it comfy for up to 3 hours. The summit is much more comfortable but it's massive and requires a little more set up time. I'm 5"9 170lbs and it suits me well but if you're a bigger guy it might not be the best.

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Re: Lone Wolf treestand ?

Post by Hoss » Wed Dec 08, 2010 9:59 pm

Ive had one for years just purchased a new seat and new cables for safty reasons.. I am 6ft 270 lbs. ( they make a bigger one these days for bigger folk) Its snug but comfortable to me..I like to find a tree that kinda starts to lean back at the spot I end up at. It makes for a nice recline. Ive sat in mine all day and I use it alot..very quiet and lite. easy to set up and In the seat when folded up i carry coats and gear in it..
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Re: Lone Wolf treestand ?

Post by warningshot » Fri Dec 10, 2010 7:54 am

checked out a few and went with the lone wolf sit and climb, very glad i did, light, quiet, easy to set up, only thing so far i don't like is the colour it arrived in ...but will have fun painting it up in the off season, finding trees that you can get up in is a pain too...i also have some sticks and a hang on ....1-2 punch

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Re: Lone Wolf treestand ?

Post by cabinfever » Fri Dec 10, 2010 11:45 am

Thanks for all the replies. Sounds like I need to buy a lone wolf.

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Stephen
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