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#3405174 - 10/16/13 02:12 PM Do you leave your climber in the woods?
McCoy
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What do you guys do with your climber stand, I have always worried about leaving mine at the bottom of a tree because of spooking a big buck, so I'm always hauling it in and out of the woods. Just curious to see what your experience is if you do leave yours.
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#3405177 - 10/16/13 02:15 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: McCoy]
Daniel n
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I leave mine occasionally. Never on public land unless I'm leaving at dark and coming in the next morning. I've been tempted to a few times. Even if I do leave it on private land I cable lock it to the tree. Paranoia I guess.
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#3405181 - 10/16/13 02:20 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Daniel n]
Bone Collector
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I have left mine on private with and without a cable lock. I have on public over night, but only with a cable lock.
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#3405186 - 10/16/13 02:22 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Bone Collector]
Winchester
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Depends on situation but I favor removing it.
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#3405188 - 10/16/13 02:24 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Winchester]
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if i carried a Summit then yes i would but not my Lone Wolf baby
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#3405200 - 10/16/13 02:28 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Winchester]
bowtechgump
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I have had a few climbers hanging on my private land since 2000 (in trees that suited their use best). The deer have never seemed to pay that much attention to them. I have also left climbers and ladders on public land for anyone to use (luckily no one has tried when I have been there). I did have one taken but it had been there for a couple years before it was taken so it served its purpose for me.
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#3405214 - 10/16/13 02:37 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: bowtechgump]
woodsman87
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I used to until I had two stolen, In the same hunting season, On private land, On different lands at that, several miles from each other. I was the only one with permission to hunt.

Happend several years ago and everytime I think of it makes me sick. A summit viper and an Ol' man vision.

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#3405227 - 10/16/13 02:43 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: woodsman87]
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I carry my climber in and out every time. Several years ago, I would occasionally leave it overnight. It always bothered me that it would not be there when I walked in.

As for spooking Big Bucks, I feel leaving them at the base of the tree can do just that.
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#3405228 - 10/16/13 02:44 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: woodsman87]
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I do the only time I take them out is to move them. that's on private land.
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#3405238 - 10/16/13 02:52 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: deerhunter10]
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The other day i hunted a public place and.left my climber on the.tree and bow hanging in the.top of the tree of course i came back next morning
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#3405251 - 10/16/13 03:01 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: TN Whitetail Freak]
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 Originally Posted By: TN Whitetail Freak
The other day i hunted a public place and.left my climber on the.tree and bow hanging in the.top of the tree of course i came back next morning


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#3405255 - 10/16/13 03:05 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Urban_Hunter]
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On private land I will leave it, on public like most it comes out unless I leave at dark and plan on being in before daylight. I no longer use bright eyes or any trail markers I use an app on my phone to walk into my stand. It has worked perfectly so far.
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#3405262 - 10/16/13 03:13 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: McCoy]
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Two years ago, a friend of mine had his Summit stand stolen while tracking a deer. He shot the deer and left the stand hanging on the tree. When he went back an hour later, the stand was gone. BTW, we did find the deer but never found the AH that took the stand. It was at LBL.
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#3405266 - 10/16/13 03:17 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: deerhunter10]
TN Whitetail Freak
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The other day i hunted a public place and.left my climber on the.tree and bow hanging in the.top of the tree of course i came back next morning
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#3405271 - 10/16/13 03:20 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: TN Whitetail Freak]
fairchaser
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I hunt a large private land with security so I will leave my stand on the tree and cover it with a special cover designed to be water resistant to keep my seat dry. I do think it could spook deer because its something different in their environment even though camoflaged. So, I am careful about which spots I will leave it. Once I left the cover on the ground because it was frozen stiff and a nice 2.5 year old walked by and was momemtarily spooked by the cover even though it looked like a pile of leaves. I don't know if it was the scent or the shape but he jumped but didn't run off. You might also camoflage it with sticks and branches to keep deer from sniffing on it.
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#3405280 - 10/16/13 03:31 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: fairchaser]
feldmutze
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I leave mine hanging on private land for the season, cable locked, and high enough up that I can still cable lock & unlock. I wouldn't even consider leaving it at the base of the tree...
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#3405282 - 10/16/13 03:33 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: McCoy]
oldmanelrod
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Use to on private land until I had one stolen.
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#3405288 - 10/16/13 03:37 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: oldmanelrod]
pcrc
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Buddy had his stolen last week on private land. They broke the cable lock, or at least we assume they did. Huge chunks were missing in the bark where you could see they just kept slamming the stand into the tree until it broke the lock.
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#3405290 - 10/16/13 03:41 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: pcrc]
Phil1979
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Leave mine on private land.
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#3405304 - 10/16/13 03:59 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Phil1979]
DirtyBear0311
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I only have access to public land and can't afford to have a stand stolen so it comes out with me after each hunt.
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#3405315 - 10/16/13 04:15 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: TN Whitetail Freak]
McCoy
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Thanks for the input guys....my main concern would be for spooking the deer for sure, if I do end up leaving mine in it will be locked. It just gets old carrying this thing. I've got a summit ultimate viper, back pack with water and all other odds and ins, and my bow. It took me over 45 mins to get to my tree yesterday and I was thinking about leaving it next time but I have some good bucks on cam I don't want to send deeper into the woods!
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#3405317 - 10/16/13 04:18 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: woodsman87]
jfree
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I leave mine in just put cable on leave stand bout 8 feet up and use screw in steps. Then just take screw in steps out when you leave . I use 4 steps.
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#3405372 - 10/16/13 05:00 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: TN Whitetail Freak]
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I used to until last weekend on private land they stole my summit goliath
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#3405376 - 10/16/13 05:04 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: TN Whitetail Freak]
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no way
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#3405382 - 10/16/13 05:10 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: cecil30-30]
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Yes. I have one that i left since last year. I know the time im gonna be there and i dont want to go in before i hunt it.
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#3405545 - 10/16/13 07:07 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: muddyboots]
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Did one time on private land, and it was stolen, never agin. Keeps me in shape hiking it in and out anyway \:\)
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#3405560 - 10/16/13 07:13 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: McCoy]
Boone 58
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 Originally Posted By: McCoy
What do you guys do with your climber stand, I have always worried about leaving mine at the bottom of a tree because of spooking a big buck, so I'm always hauling it in and out of the woods. Just curious to see what your experience is if you do leave yours.


My son and I did this a few years back and he went the first morning without me and the stand I had was in a tree next to his as he was home on army leave and we wanted to hunt together the second morning .........as luck would have it an 8 pt 2.5 year old came by and immediately looked/smelled my stand and bolted....not sure of the exact reaction but I will assumed sight first, smell second......goes to show you they can smell scent on the fabric part of the stand. Also I had one stolen one time and that broke me but in the most confident of situations....ex. leave it at dark to hunt it the next morning......I rarely do it but more commonly do it on Wma'S....I HAVE HAD THE LEAST PROBLEM ON THERE..
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#3405566 - 10/16/13 07:17 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: in the dog house!]
CR500AFX
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The only way that I do it is to hunt the evening until dark and be back the next morning before sunrise. Take it home that afternoon. This way, I'm not all sweaty from carrying it in that morning.
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#3405614 - 10/16/13 07:44 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: CR500AFX]
Rackseeker
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Never leave mine, mature bucks are to smart. If he comes by when your not there, he will smell your stand more than likely.
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#3405627 - 10/16/13 07:52 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: TN Whitetail Freak]
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Mine always comes out. I will leave it in there if I am coming back the next several days and they are calling for no rain. Certain spots, I do not want it in there for a risk of disturbing the area, even if its in the least bit. But I will leave it at certain locations to reduce the time carrying it.
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#3405639 - 10/16/13 08:00 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Rackseeker]
CR500AFX
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Yes, Rackseeker, that is a drawback to my plan. However I killed twice last year after I left my climber two different nights.

You are dead right though. I'm going to have to quit being lazy.
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#3405688 - 10/16/13 08:25 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: TN Whitetail Freak]
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 Originally Posted By: TN Whitetail Freak
The other day i hunted a public place and.left my climber on the.tree and bow hanging in the.top of the tree of course i came back next morning


Would you have left your rifle if it was gun season?
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#3405731 - 10/16/13 08:38 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Southpaw]
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I hunt from a climber 99% of the time but very rarely leave it even over night.
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#3405748 - 10/16/13 08:55 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Southpaw]
JCDEERMAN
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 Originally Posted By: Southpaw
 Originally Posted By: TN Whitetail Freak
The other day i hunted a public place and.left my climber on the.tree and bow hanging in the.top of the tree of course i came back next morning


Would you have left your rifle if it was gun season?


I dont hunt much public land, but when hunting private, i will leave my gun in the woods when I KNOW I will be there the next morning. Problem is, when I wake up and the wind is wrong, I will go somewhere else and I dont have my gun with me \:D . I do it on rare occasion.
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#3405752 - 10/16/13 08:58 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: JCDEERMAN]
Vermin93
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If I'm going to leave it in the woods, I bring a few rope on tree steps that I use to leave my climber 10 - 12 ft high in the tree.
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#3405762 - 10/16/13 09:08 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Vermin93]
DEER REPELLANT
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When i got my ole man, the guy told me to remove the pins and put 4 locks all keyed the same. That way i could leave it at the base of a tree and cover it with brush. I have never done this and if i do it will be on private.
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#3406344 - 10/17/13 09:35 AM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: TN Whitetail Freak]
OHVATN
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When I'm hunting private land, I like to attach my climber the day or mid-day before using it for the next morning. I have never left it out longer than that.

Regarding the scent, why doesn't a ladder stand present the same problem or a shooting house or blind for that matter? Is it assumed that the ladder stand/house/blind will have been out there much longer and the deer grown accustomed to it? I always spray down my climber with scent killer spray. One issue could be the padded seat of the climber and no pad (or only mesh seat) of the ladder. How much scent is metal going to give off?

I think it is more a risk of thievery than a scent problem, but I may be wrong.
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#3406383 - 10/17/13 09:50 AM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: OHVATN]
Brogden
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I'm on private property. I lock it with a chain. No way I'm carrying my bag, my crossbow, and a 34lb treestand every time.
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#3406460 - 10/17/13 10:30 AM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Brogden]
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I've got a summit that has been on the same tree for 2 years on private land. I've got a camera nearby and the deer movement doesn't seem to be affected at all. I also feel that since it has been there for so long the deer don't pay any attention to it. I also have a lone wolf climber, but I always bring it out with me.

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#3406516 - 10/17/13 11:03 AM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Engine2c]
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sometimes. I will leave the tree lounge out for the duration of muzzleloader/gun season.
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#3406527 - 10/17/13 11:10 AM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Engine2c]
chubacabra
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I wil leave mine out depending on the deer activity and sign on private property for a bit, however I do not leave my stands out when season is over. I put all of them in my barn for storage for the year.Just cost too much to let mother nature take its toll on or someone else take it to their barn.
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#3407568 - 10/17/13 11:04 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: stik]
Appleman
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I used to for 20 years until 3 years ago mine got stolen and 1 week later my camera got stolen. On my own land.
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#3407709 - 10/18/13 05:57 AM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: CR500AFX]
Rackseeker
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 Originally Posted By: CR500AFX
Yes, Rackseeker, that is a drawback to my plan. However I killed twice last year after I left my climber two different nights.


Were they mature bucks? I know what you mean about be lazy,LOL...The older I get the lazier I have gotten.
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#3407751 - 10/18/13 06:42 AM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: TN Whitetail Freak]
wayers
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my brother left his summit titian once on our farm and a bear decided it was a chew toy riped his seat to shreds
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#3407845 - 10/18/13 07:30 AM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: wayers]
Tenn.Guy
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Left mine in the woods last week. Went hunting last night and rodents decided they needed part of the seat. That'll teach me to be lazy.
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#3407886 - 10/18/13 08:01 AM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Tenn.Guy]
W.Seay
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Yes been doing it for 10 years
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#3407894 - 10/18/13 08:07 AM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Tenn.Guy]
flyinpro
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Have a new private lease and because of work, I can't get back until next weekend. Left my Summit for the first time ever and you guys have me scared that I might lose it.

I joined this forum to gain wisdom and knowledge and thanks for providing a great deal of it.
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#3407938 - 10/18/13 08:33 AM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: TN Whitetail Freak]
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If I'm hunting it later that day or the next I will leave it. I usually don't leave it in the woods over a day or two
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#3407964 - 10/18/13 08:44 AM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: muddyboots]
Mike Belt
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In most cases if I plan on hunting there the next day I will leave it (unlocked) but I hunt private land. I usually check predicted winds for the day I'm hunting and the following day to determine if I will hunt that particular spot on the following day. Sometimes those predictions are wrong and I end up with a stand where I really don't want it. That's the downside to leaving one hanging. If I have another stand up or another climber to use in case this happens it's not so bad. A tip: If you are leaving it and afraid it may be taken (or you just don't want it seen) sometimes it helps to turn it around on the base of the tree away from the direction it may likely be seen. You can even brush it up a little before leaving as well.

Edited by Mike Belt (10/18/13 08:45 AM)
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#3408004 - 10/18/13 09:08 AM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: Mike Belt]
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#3408961 - 10/18/13 09:10 PM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: McCoy]
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#3418168 - 10/25/13 04:36 AM Re: Do you leave your climber in the woods? [Re: TN Whitetail Freak]
TX300mag
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I recently removed a climber from a property that sold that had been on the tree since 2003. \:\)

Private land, of course.
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