10 Best Climbing Sticks For Saddle Hunting

Updated on: October 2022

Best Climbing Sticks For Saddle Hunting in 2022


Muddy Pro Sticks (4-Pack), Black

Muddy Pro Sticks (4-Pack), Black
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022
  • Aluminum construction
  • Features rope Cam System
  • Works on Straight and crooked trees
  • Weighs 10 lbs

XOP Climbing Sticks for Treestands - Set of 4 - Storm Grey

XOP Climbing Sticks for Treestands - Set of 4 - Storm Grey
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Integrates with the XOP Vanish Hang On Tree stand
  • LIGHTWEIGHT ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION - Designed to be exceptionally lightweight and quiet!
  • Deep stand-off bracket offers more space between your boot and the tree
  • Patented Lock tight stick stacking system - NO STRAP NEEDED!
  • Sticks stack and attach neatly to all hang-owns for ultimate portability

Lone Wolf 4 - Pc. Climbing Stick

Lone Wolf 4 - Pc. Climbing Stick
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • Quick, quiet and easy to use; Ingeniously designed to nest together and mount directly on the Assault treestand or ALPHA Hang On treestand
  • Pivoting V-Brackets adjust to match the natural contour of the tree
  • Fits 4" - 22" tree diameter (strap extensions available); 350-pound weight rating
  • Single tube design; Reversible steps
  • Stick Length: 32"; Distance between steps: 15"

Big Dog Hunting Hotfoot Climbing stick, 24'

Big Dog Hunting Hotfoot Climbing stick, 24'
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • 24' Double Sided steps
  • Extra wide,
  • Straps INCLUDED

Hawk Helium Climbing Stick 3 PK. for Treestand Fold Up Steps with Boot Grabbing Grooves

Hawk Helium Climbing Stick 3 PK. for Treestand Fold Up Steps with Boot Grabbing Grooves
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • Traction grabbing steps
  • Includes silent-use tree attachment hooks and trigger teeth
  • Compact design

Lone Wolf 3 - Pc. Climbing Stick

Lone Wolf 3 - Pc. Climbing Stick
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • Quick, quiet and easy to use; Ingeniously designed to nest together and mount directly on the Assault treestand or ALPHA Hang On treestand
  • Pivoting V-Brackets adjust to match the natural contour of the tree
  • Fits 4" - 22" tree diameter (strap extensions available); 350-pound weight rating
  • Single tube design; Reversible steps
  • Stick Length: 32"; Distance between steps: 15"

Hurricane Safety Systems 20' Gravity Forward Climbing Stick

Hurricane Safety Systems 20' Gravity Forward Climbing Stick
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • CLIMB SAFELY - The precise forward angle improves safety and reduces fatigue while ascending and descending.
  • MAXIMUM TRACTION - Double spaced serrated ladder rungs provide maximum traction in wet and slippery conditions.
  • STURDY DESIGN - A solid all-steel construction stabilizes every step.
  • VALUE SET - The Gravity Forward Climbing Sticks include ratchet straps for each section, rubber coated d-rings to eliminate sound, and a base plate for added stability.
  • MINIMAL ASSEMBLY - No tools required.

Hawk Helium 1PL Climbing Stick for Treestand Fold Up Steps with Boot Grabbing Grooves

Hawk Helium 1PL Climbing Stick for Treestand Fold Up Steps with Boot Grabbing Grooves
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • ULTIMATE PORTABILITY Ultra-light aircraft aluminum & nest together streamlined packing design
  • SILENT-USE Over molded Attachment hooks for fast setup while eliminating unwanted noise
  • SUPERIOR STEP TRACTION step grooves with raised ends Grab wet & muddy boots to provide non-slip climbing performance
  • DUAL SIDED STEP DESIGN Provides extra confidence when ascending & descending
  • REE DIGGER TEETH Bite into bark for a secure & stable climbing platform

Guide Gear Quick Climbing Sticks, 3 Pack

Guide Gear Quick Climbing Sticks, 3 Pack
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022

Big Game Quick-Stick Climbing System CS050

Big Game Quick-Stick Climbing System CS050
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Height: 20' (18" Between Sections)
  • Step Width: 10.5"
  • Alternating Step Design
  • 5 Sections (4 lbs. each)

Economic Impact of Fishing and Hunting in Texas

2.6 million resident sportsmen in Texas spent $18 million a day for an annual total of $6.6 billion.

The 2.6 million resident sportsmen in Texas were responsible for adding $3.5 billion in salaries and wages. They also added $793 million in federal taxes as well as $654 million in state and local taxes. The money spent by these sportsmen in Texas also adds a ripple effect in the Texas economy of $11.6 billion.

How do Texas sportsmen rank amongst those of other states in relationship to the economic impact that they create? There were 2.6 million resident sportsmen in the state of Texas and this puts Texas 1st in the nation for total resident sportsmen. This total number of resident sportsmen can further be broken down into resident anglers of which there were 2.3 million and resident hunters, of which there were 979,000. These totals put Texas in 1st in the nation for resident anglers and 1st in the nation for resident hunters. The sportsmen who were both hunters and anglers were not counted twice in the total number of sportsmen for the state. There were also 218,000 non-resident anglers, which ranks Texas 10th in the nation and 123,000 non-resident hunters, which put Texas 3rd in the nation.

How does the $6.6 billion spent by sportsmen in Texas break down? In 2020, fishing in Texas brought in $4.2 billion and placed Texas 2nd in the nation. Hunting during this year in Texas brought in $2.3 billion and placed Texas 1st in the nation. The combination of money spent by both anglers and hunters placed Texas 1st in the nation.

Not only does spending done by the sportsmen in Texas add to the economy of the state, these sportsmen and their sports add jobs throughout the state. There were 106,000 jobs related to hunting and fishing in 2020, with 59,000 being fishing related jobs and 47,000 being hunting related jobs. This total of jobs related to hunting and fishing put Texas 1st in the nation, with fishing placing Texas 2nd in the nation and hunting placing Texas 1st in the nation.

These figures and rankings, which accumulated from sportsmen in Texas spending a total of 13.4 million days afield, which puts Texas 2nd in the nation and 38.9 million days on the water, which puts Texas 2nd in the nation, clearly shows the economic impact that fishing and hunting have in Texas.

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