After locating a perfect location with a major intersection of trails and abundant rubs and scrapes I was happy to have the Twisted Timber Treestand. No other stand would have worked and I would have had to settle for a ground blind which I didn’t want to risk with the thermal wind currents and the proximity to a primary scrape and a bedding area.
The stand was easily erected into a small cottonwood on a severe slope that perfectly overlooked the trail intersection I wanted. With six screw- in tree-steps I was able to reach the perfect “Y” on the tree, 15 feet off the ground and 12 yards off the trail. With the flexibility of the stand I was able to position myself with the seat offset enough to allow for good draw positions from either direction and actually curve around the tree for a shot to the left and a nice straight shot to the right.
Although an animal was not harvested on this trip, the stand was perfect and I was able to watch a nice heavy antlered whitetail buck chase a hot doe at full run, right underneath the Twisted Timber and at least half a mile across a picked cornfield!
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