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    https://youtu.be/0_eJM8V6LbY

    Jx3. Review


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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    Good advice...and don't forget to actually sit in them...I bought one years ago that looked great, but once I set it up I found it was extremely uncomfortable. The arm side rails were far to snug on my my hips when I was wearing my hunting cloths. Far to restrictive for hunting.
    MikePal-i have a LW climber,and replaced the original seat with the Hazmore mesh seat.It makes a world of difference,the stand is lighter,slimmer,and when setting it up in the three there is no FUSS with the seat.
    OP-i do also use Trophyline tree saddle.I love that stand too- it is awesome.You may want to try to look at them -alas Trophyline is out from business for awhile by now.Other manufacturers are coming out with new products-see Ontario farmer's posts.The way i hunt I just can not use it everywhere......
    MikePal-55 C$ with shipping and handlig took me to get the Hazmore seat on the LW climberstand...........look at it if interested.
    https://hazmore.net/
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    Trophy line may be soon resurrected


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    I have used a climber hang on and various saddles.
    My preference in order for mobile set ups

    Jx3 for all day sits
    Kestrel or mantis for short sits. 4 hours or less
    Sold my hang on and climber




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    Quote Originally Posted by Ontariofarmer View Post
    Trophy line may be soon resurrected


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    Great news-Thanx for the udpate Ontariofarmer!Any more details....?

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    That is just what has been mentioned on saddle hunter com. I think the guy who said it is a former pro from trophy line


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    Used trophy lines are often sold on that site


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    Last edited by Ontariofarmer; January 30th, 2019 at 08:42 AM.

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    Thank You appreciate Your feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ontariofarmer View Post
    Go to Saddlehunter.com for more information.


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    I have a shelf climber and I use it because I primarily hunt on public land. I am leaning towards a saddle this year because myself climber is fairly heavy and hardly advantageous compared to a saddle set up.

    Thank you for your other links. I'm going to do some research! My biggest problem is it seems the only place to order this stuff is from the US. On the other hand I have considered just buying a rock climbing harness from MEC and using it.

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    I have a Summit Viper climbing stand. It works as advertised. The only negative is I do find it a little tight around the shoulders once I have all my hunting clothes on.

    Does anyone use a tree stand bow holder that attaches to your stand that would work for a crossbow? This will be something I am looking to add for next year. I currently use screw in hooks that screw into the tree and they work well but it can be awkward to reach behind and grab my bow, especially if a deer sneaks in and I am trying to limit movement.

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