Best Tripod Hunting Stand in 2023
Guide Gear 13' Deluxe Tripod Deer Stand
Guide Gear 12' Tripod Deer Stand
Bog DeathGrip Aluminum Tripod with Durable, Lightweight, Stable Design, Bubble Level and Hands-Free Operation for Hunting, Shooting and Outdoors
- DIMENSIONS: Aluminum Tripod - 7" - 59" of height adjustment and weighs 8.5 lbs
- EASE OF USE: This stable shooting platform features an adjustment knob that controls up to 50 degrees of tilt and a clamping head that pans 360 degrees with tension adjustment
- VERSATILITY: Features a 3-position leg lock for use in the prone, kneeling, sitting and standing positions and can secure any weapon for hands-free use
- DURABLE: With a durable aluminum construction and large diameter aluminum legs, this rugged shooting rest is ready for all situations
- BE PREPARED: With retractable steel spikes, an integral bubble level and no-slip lever locks this tripod is secure, stable, quiet and ready for quick adjustments during that vital moment
The Liberty Tripod 16 Foot, Wide and Comfortable Flex-Tek Seat, Padded Shooting Rail
- The Liberty Tripod gives you the freedom to hunt in comfort
- The Wide and Comfortable Flex-Tek Seat swivels and conforms so you can stay seated in comfort for long periods of time
- The Padded, Flared-Out Shooting Rail gives you extra room for aiming.
- The Solid Steel Legs are adjustable so you can setup anywhere even on unlevel ground
- Stand Weight: 132 lbs. Weight Rating 300 lbs. Please note that the Blind Kit and 4-foot Extension can be purchased as an accessory for The Liberty.
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.
BOG-POD CLD-3 Shooting Camo Tall Tripod
- DIMENSIONS: CLD-3 Tripod - 22” – 68” usable height when legs are spread and weighs 40 oz
- EASE OF USE: Inch markers on the middle telescoping leg sections help to quickly reach a set height and integrated leg stops prevent over extension
- VERSATILITY: Can be used in the sitting, kneeling or standing positions and the legs adjust independently out to a 40-degree angle with adjustable tension to ensure maximum accuracy and stability while hunting or shooting photography
- DURABLE: Three-section, high-strength, lightweight aluminum legs with matte camo pattern finish, screw out foot spikes for added stability and a non-marring Universal Shooting Rest that swivels 360 degrees
- BE PREPARED: Includes a weather resistant carry bag with Allen wrench for tightening and adjustments
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 15' Woodsman Rotating Tripod Deer Stand
Guide Gear 2-Man 12' Tower Tree Stand
Allen Magnetic Treestand Cover, Realtree Xtra
- Fits most single or double ladder tree stands
- Installs easily with tie-down straps
- Magnetic closure for quiet entry/exit
- Includes a convenient storage pouch
- Dimensions: 96" long x 35" high
How I Stuck in a Tree Stand and Lost My Dog
Most people don't like being told what to do!
We have kids but they are grown now and our dog is the only thing that we get to have any control over together. Lydia is a very independent dog. She is half Boston Terrier and half everything else. She is not the most affectionate animal. It is only on her terms that she will cuddle. She loves tug of war and fetch. She loves to run and she rarely obeys. She is better about it than she was when she was a puppy.
My husband would say. Keep her on her leash, so she won't run away. I of course no better. I have let her off her leash when we would go through this open area. They were building a new road, and you could see for miles and she would run and sniff and explore and come right back. When the road opened up it was no longer an option. I would take her through the field and into a little wooded area where she could run and explore and come right back.
When the trees began to leaf out you couldn't see as well when she would run around. I was sure she would be okay. I let her off of her leash and was following her when all of a sudden I lost sight of her. I had foolishly forgot to take my cell phone with me and I was beginning to panic. I called for her and I yelled. I looked and looked. I was really getting scared and knew I was in for real trouble. I couldn't call my husband because I didn't take my cell phone. The only thing I could think to do was to climb up in a deer stand that was close by. I was picturing this in my mind. I am a short chubby nearly 60 year old woman. My legs are so short that I could barely make it up the steps. If it weren't so scary I would have laughed at myself. I finally hurled my little chubby, huffing, puffing body up on the stand. I yelled for my Lydia. She was not appearing. I had a good vantage -point from up in the air but was hoping and praying to God that no one would see me. By this time I am crying. Why was I so stupid and stubborn? My puppy dog was lost never to be found. My husband would be so upset and tell me that I shouldn't have let her off the leash. It was a horrible dilemma and I was literally up a tree!
Just about the time I am ready to hurl myself to the ground in desperation( not really) and I am crying to God, and crying out Lydias' name, I look down to see her looking up at me in the tree. She looks at me with that stupid little under-bite that she inherited from her stupid father and I was so relieved I could hardly speak. I yelled, "Sit!"
She actually did! I hurled my scratched up body over the edge of the deer stand trying not to look at the ground and snapped the leash on her so fast she didn't know what happened. I calmly and gratefully walked home with her. I didn't tell my husband that for sometime. I was too embarrassed. My friends and now family too laugh every time they think of me getting treeed!