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How do you carry climber with a backpack?


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#21 Male OFFLINE   Hitemnasty

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Posted 10/04/16 - 02:39 PM

I use surplus molle straps and belt for my climber and attach my pack with a snap on the top and use the belt on the pack to wrap around the stand so the bottom of the pack doesn't bounce around. Quick and quiet, the molle system really helps much more than basic straps for those longer hikes.

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#22 Male ONLINE   JHbowhunter

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Posted 10/04/16 - 03:24 PM

Hitemnasty - that's looks great... Will be looking into that as well. For now just ordered some LoneWolf straps for my LoneWolf, and will bungee my pack to stand, and also will use the top of bag clip to keep it from sliding down.  Great idea  - I was gonna use a carabiner but that would make noise.



#23 OFFLINE   jerseyhunter

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Posted 10/04/16 - 06:42 PM

I was gonna use a carabiner but that would make noise.

 

not if you wrap it with electrical tape.


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#24 Male OFFLINE   NJSOG

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Posted 10/04/16 - 10:50 PM

My Summit Viper has shoulder straps to carry it. Then I bungee cord the pack to the stand frame. I carry extra warm gear out side and over the to of the pack.


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#25 Male OFFLINE   Silver Belly62

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Posted 10/05/16 - 06:43 AM

I have two different packs I use with mine, depending on the hunt. If I'm hunting all day I have a Badlands Pursuit pack that has lashing straps on the sides. I set the pack inside the bungee and let it rest on the stirrups and take those lashing straps and wrap around the stands side bars to help keep it tight and quiet. If I'm just hunting a morning or afternoon I have a large Cabelas fanny pack that I wrap around those same side bars and cinch up tight which again keeps everything tight and quiet. Has worked well for me



#26 Male OFFLINE   MackofallTrades

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Posted 10/08/16 - 03:05 PM

Backpack straps on the climber and I sling my backpack across the front of me, one strap only like a sling.

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#27 Male OFFLINE   smoking gun

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Posted 10/08/16 - 08:11 PM

i dont carry anything in the woods anymore just a bow and a climber if im using one that day but when i hunted muzzleloader and up north for bear id carry the backpack on my chest like a parachute and the stand on my back.if i was gonna hunt the area again in the am id leave the stand there overnight
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#28 OFFLINE   Nomad

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Posted 10/08/16 - 09:15 PM

My pack has only on strap.  You put it around your neck and shoulder like a purse.  You put your climber on your back and then just sling your pack on.  It hangs right under my right elbow/side.  I can get stuff out of it while I am walking.  I use it even when I am not carrying a tree stand. Just slide it around to get stuff out without taking it off.  It also has a waist belt that you can also use in conjunction with the strap.  Called a sling pack . Got mine from LL bean , if you don't like it send it back.  Best customer service I have ever encountered.32f38079d1b2c2f30432d240ec469a3f.jpg


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#29 Male OFFLINE   tcook8296

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Posted 10/09/16 - 07:00 AM

I've done it every way possible. I usually strap the back pack to the stand and carry. Sometimes one strap on each shoulder and sometimes back pack on back, bow in one hand and stand in the other. The LW packs flat enough, its easy to carry
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#30 Male ONLINE   JHbowhunter

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Posted 10/09/16 - 07:29 AM

Tom good to see you on here - please post in the LIVE HUNT sections when  you do Iowa and your Illinois farm, that is something we want to follow!   Big midwestern bucks...


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#31 Male OFFLINE   Northjerseyoutdoorsman

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Posted 10/09/16 - 07:42 AM

Packing mine up tonight for next week plan on strapping pack with bungees to the climber. Took straps off my backpacking pack and secured them to the climber. Have a mile to two mile hike in depending on the entrance route I take plan on leaving it there over night so I don't have to carry it back and forth each day. Good luck to anyone going for bear this week.

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Posted 10/10/16 - 08:20 PM

This is my climber with my backpack and bow strapped to it.

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#33 Male OFFLINE   Liv2hunt

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Posted 10/10/16 - 09:07 PM

I put a strap on my back pack I wear it like a duffle bag.. My climber on my back and my pack sits right above my left hip.
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#34 Male OFFLINE   Silver Belly62

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Posted 10/24/16 - 03:33 PM

This is my climber with my backpack and bow strapped to it.

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Posted 01/08/17 - 06:17 PM

I use the Nite Eze rubberized gear keepers. The green ones are high viz and pretty visible in the dark




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