The Proper Tree Stand is Up to the Preference of the Hunter

Every hunter has their own preferences when it comes to hunting. From which time of day to hunt is best to which firearms are the best to use, but we’re talking about tree stands here. Every hunter may even give you a completely different answer when it comes to which tree stand is the best for hunting. Well, many things come into play as well, such as what you’re actually hunting and where you’re hunting.

There are Different Types of Tree Stands for Hunting

There are quite a few tree-stand designs designed for different purposes. And with as many opinions on how to best perch and wait in them, tree stands have always been a point of contention among the most seasoned hunters.

Ladder Stand

A stand with a seat at the top of a ladder, the ladder stand connects to the tree. These tend to be a bit on the larger side but not as large as the box stand, due to the open design. With little protection from the elements, ladder stands remain stationary because of the size. On the same token, because of the stationary design, they offer more stability than smaller, portable options.

Box Stand

Enclosed to protect you from the elements, box stands are typically the largest design concept. Based on a basic, enclosed box house design- hence the name- they are great for staying warm with a portable space heater and space to move around. These are also most useful for seeing over long distance.

Climbing Stand

The most portable of tree stand options, climbing tree stands have a couple of different styles to connect to the tree. The part that wraps around the tree can be made from a thick cable or boomerang shaped piece of metal. The part that wraps around the tree is fastened to the stand with a bolt or pin for easy adjustment for different tree sizes.

Hunt with Us at Schmidt Double T Ranches in Texas

Favored for differing reasons, different designs offer different benefits. Some are more hunter-centric, while some designs are focused on portability. What it all comes down to is the hunter, how light and fast they want to travel, and what their needs are.

If you’re looking for a planned hunting trip to Texas, don’t hesitate to contact Schmidt Double T Ranches at 325-347-2613 today or visit us online for more information!