Ladder Stand Pick

deltadukman

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Milennium or Ole Man. Basically the same. We use a ton of them at our camp both singles and doubles. I prefer the ones with a flip up seat for bow hunting. The flip up seat is also nice getting into and out of them.
 

oake

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My vote goes to Family Traditions - I went with the double but they do make a single also

The double comes with the rail not 100% with the single
 

Pilarczyk85

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Don't go with muddy. I just bought the XL and had to repaint everything and a lot of the pieces were so bent that i had to bend shit back and everything else. Definitely will be sticking with big game or millennium.
 

Trial153

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Family traditions are top shelf, lander stands and all their products.

Otherwise the only other ladders stands I would buy are millennium
 

IsThisHeaven

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Thanks for the info guys. My son is 8 and we hunt out of grind blinds because of my lack of trust in ladder stands.
 

Watrdawg

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I love my Millennium 2 man ladder stand. I have the cover that goes with it also. Big enough to have access to all my gear and get comfortable for an all day sit.
 

hemlock1

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I’ve read through a few threads on ladder stands but don’t feel like I’ve seen any recent good advice on this.

I have a Lone Wolf Alfa 2 with sticks but was thinking about getting something that has a rest for rifle hunting. I don’t think a climber is going to fit the bill because of the trees where I want to put the stand.

I was eyeing the Lockdown stands from Rivers Edge. They have the wide and 2-person in 17’ or 21’.

Any thoughts on those stands or are there others I should check out? Should I get a 2 person for more room? Appreciate any comments!
I'd try millennium for comfort, summit for climber to fit the ask. I prefer the less profile of hang ons, but ladders are great for comfort...rail for a rest, and 2 person is a + for room. Message me if you want to sell the LW
 
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FrankAbagnale

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I'd try millennium for comfort, summit for climber to fit the ask. I prefer the less profile of hang ons, but ladders are great for comfort...rail for a rest, and 2 person is a + for room. Message me if you want to sell the LW
I went with the Riversedge Lockdown. It was very nice and super comfortable this year.

Not getting rid of the LW though!
 
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