10 Best Hunting Tripod Stand
Updated on: May 2023
Best Hunting Tripod Stand in 2023
Guide Gear 13' Deluxe Tripod Deer Stand
BOG-POD CLD-3 Shooting Camo Tall Tripod
Millennium Treestands T-100 Tripod, 10 ft
- ULTRALITE TRIPOD: The Millennium T-100 Tripod is designed by hunters for hunters. The lightweight tripod sets up in under a minute. The most comfortable and hunter friendly tripod in the industry and it meets or exceeds TMA industry standards.
- 360-DEGREE SEAT: The ComfortMAX seat swivels 360 degrees, with the footrest turning with the seat. Footstands on the tripod make turning and stopping the seat fluid and unobtrusive. You’ll have the view you need to take that shot.
- 10-FOOT HEIGHT: The T-100 tripod features an eye height of 10-feet. An effective height in low covered areas without sky-lighting yourself. At 10-feet with a 360-degree view, your chances of bagging a deer are greatly increased.
- SMART CONSTRUCTION: The aluminum construction features a durable powder coat finish offering years of reliable service. Also featured are non-sink, no-slip feet and large easy to climb sure-footed steps. Designed to easily fold for transportation.
- MEASUREMENTS: Built to hold up to 300-pounds. The platform measures 20-inches wide and 17-inches deep. Weighs 36-pounds. The T-100 offers comfortable, quiet, and easy setup. An optional 4 ft. extension (T103) is available.
Guide Gear 12' Tripod Deer Stand
Muddy MTP8100 12' Nomad Tri-Pod
- 12' portable tri-pod
- Flex-Tek seat swivels at 360 degrees
- Folds up for easy Transport
- Tri-Pod weight: 40lbs
- Holds a weight rating of 300 pounds
Guide Gear 2-Man 12' Tower Tree Stand
Skunk Ape Tree Stands
- 360 degree hunt and shoot, without your back being on the tree from a ladder stand.
- Comes standard 20 feet to the seat, with a comfortable, padded seat on quiet swivel.
- Non-invasive tree technology prevents any tree damage including tree sap.
- Adjustable shooting rails allows for a more accurate shot and removable for bow hunting.
- No more awkward unsafe shooting positions, all shots can be made sitting.
Hammers Telescopic Shooting Tripod w/Pivot V Yoke Max. Height 68"
- Telescopiic legs adjustable to 68inch
- Folds down to 25inch
- Made of aluminum alloy tubing
- Pivoting V yoke on top
- Works from standing, sitting and kneeling positions
Guide Gear 15' Woodsman Rotating Tripod Deer Stand
BIG GAME Hunter HD 1.5 Treestand - Adjustable Shooting Rail, Extra Wide/Deep Platform for Wide Stances, Flex Tek Comfort Seating 18.6' Tall
- Adjustable, Removable, Padded Shooting Rail that Flips Up allowing you to get the perfect shot.
- Extra Wide, foldable Flex-Tek Seat Contours to Legs and Back for Ultimate Comfort.
- Extra Wide and Deep 23.5″ Wide x 29″ Foot Platform for Wide Stance
- Weight 61 Pounds- Weight Rating 350 lbs.
How to Make a Deer Stand
Wanting anew deer stand so you can go hunting in season? This article walks you through the steps of making one yourself instead of purchasing one
Nails or screws
Grab the tape measure and pencil, measure the tree and the wood you want to build the deer stand in. Measure "up" the tree, as this will provide you with the approximate height of the deer stand. Transfer this measurement onto the wood you are using to build your deer stand, and cut the wood with a saw.
Place your boards on a sturdy work surface, such as the floor in your garage or a workbench, as this provides stability when cutting them. Place the boards next to each other (dry run, do not secure them) where they will go when attaching them to build the deer stand.
Secure the boards in their designated place for building the deer stand with screws, nails and your hammer. If you want to use a drill instead of a hammer, that is perfectly acceptable. Once you have attached all the boards together, stand the deer stand upwards, and check for flushness (evenness.) If you notice a board or two are not flush with the other boards, correct them now. Place a square at the corners of the boards, and a carpenter's level on the length of the boards; these items will give you the flush location for each board. Attach the boards accordingly.
Consider where you want to be able to "view" the deer while sitting in the deer stand. This area gives you the place to put your window. A window in a deer stand can be simply a hole in the wood, glass, plastic or another material of your choice. Hunters often prefer to have windows all around the deer stand, as this gives them an advantage of "spotting" the deer. Secure the window according to the manufacturer's directions; this varies depending upon what type of window you want in your deer stand.
Accessorize the deer stand to your personal preference. You may want to include seating, as this provides a place to rest your legs during a long day in the deer stand. A place to hold drinks and clothing also comes in very hand while sitting in deer stands for hours.