Women hunters are on the rise, and although they are not extremely different from men when it comes to hunting, they should still choose the equipment that will give them the greatest outdoors experience. It makes no sense for you to have to be inconvenienced by using tree stands that were specifically designed for big guys when there are plenty of perfect options available on the market that will fit your needs. Hunter Tree Stands specifically has everything you will ever require including a wide-range of everything from climber stands to ladder tree stands. You’re sure to be completely satisfied with your purchase after you learn about what key features to look-out for when shopping for the best tree stands for women.
If you begin sorting your search by tree stand types, you will quickly find yourself with a variety of confusing choices. They probably already look alike since it’s quite difficult to tell the difference at a glance. That’s because all hunter tree stands serve a similar purpose and have the same general functions. As a woman you will want to do your best to avoid most ladder and hang-on tree stands. These are fine if you are hunting on your own land and require only a short walk to reach your destination. However, if you need to be mobile and travel long distances on foot, then the ladder and hang-on tree stand (also commonly known as a lock-on stand) will certainly limit you due to their large size and overall heavy weight.
The best option available for women hunters who would like to be independent in the woods would be a climber tree stand. The reason we recommend a climber tree stand for women hunters and even many men hunters alike, is because they provide you with the freedom of being able to transport and setup your tree stand without the help of others. They are designed to be as light-weight as possible and easy to carry for times when you need to change hunting spots.
Here are a few quick-tips to keep in mind so that you stay safe and out of trouble while outdoors.
- There are laws set in place which require that all stands must be portable such as the ones we mentioned in this article.
- You should never use climbing spikes or place nails into the trees while hunting on public lands.
- Always label your tree stands with your name, phone number and address and make sure to take it home with you before the season ends.
- Game officers are extremely strict when it comes to enforcing hunting laws on government owned land.
- Be sure to understand all of the instructions about how to properly setup your stand and remember to ask for help from an experienced hunter if you are ever unsure.
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