I'm intrigued by this hammock you're talking about now.
Its spoilingly comfortable, stupid light, it's always level, and very quiet. Great for turkeys, deer, hiking, anything really.I sooooo should not have checked out this thread. That looks too comfortable for hunting
Well I don't remember seeing that one before and it was not what I was expecting. That really was a lazy boy in the woods look for a minute when he propped his feet up and laid his head back. You hunt out of that thing? None of the options in the demo looked hunting friendly since he was skylined in most of them with no backdrop. What's your setup?The hammock i referenced and prefer is the amazing wilderness one- its a small hammock "chair" made by a canadian company. I string this little joker up with some paracord and have sat daylight to dark numerous times in it with exquisite comfort.
@jbogg ! Good to hear from you buddy.I’ve been using the Bushman’s Hammock chair by arrowhead-equipment outdoors for hunting on the ground for the last eight or nine years. I definitely prefer being up in a tree for bow season, but for late season mountain hunting with the rifle way back in on national forest it’s the ticket. You can set it up in seconds on a super steep slope with zero problem. Weighs less than a pound, and packs down to nothing.
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That’s exactly what I do as well. Two trees 4’ - 5’ apart seems to be the sweet spot for me. Finding two trees spaced properly and oriented in the direction I want to face can sometimes take a minute, but it’s usually not a big deal.@jbogg ! Good to hear from you buddy.
For some reason it isnt letting me load pictures, but stri g mine between 2 trees between 3-6 feet apart so my butt is about a foot off the ground.
Usually ill try to break off some pine, ironwood, holly, or laurel branches to brush myself in.
The best is if you can find a big chunk of deadfall and hookup between limbs