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Went out to the land last weekend and got my stand built.A five by five fourteen feet high. All enclosed I will have a little heater in there to break the chill.Then I just got to hope they pass threw.

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At least you'll be toasty and dry. Sounds a little too comfy...better bring the no-doze and plenty of coffee. did you get the lazy boy up there before you closed it in?!! smile

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that things bigger than my room at home. it has a bigger tv than in my room. i do like the floor in it though. its pretty sweet

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Looks more like it should be sitting along a prison wall. Kinda looks like it's in Texas...maybe a border patrol tower?? Where is the wet bar? A TV?? GTHOH. Guess the critters don't mind the generators running. Not exactly what I would call hunting. How embarrassing.

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That would be more of a novelty thing for me. Not really hunting. Not saying I wouldnt take one for free and hunt out of it once a year tho.

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how serious of a hunter are they? half of hunting is being out in the elements, be it hot, cold, rainy, snowy. but if ya got the money, oh well. i'd just prefer a ladder stand anyways

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That stand is very nice, but I agree, it is not hunting. You may as well sit in the cabin.

Most of us don't really hunt anyways, IMO. If you sit in a stand and just wait, that really isn't a hunt. With the small amount of ground to cover,(like most people have) that is the only thing you can do though.

My stand is roughly 5x5 also. I like having enough room to bring a pack with me and room to move and stand up if I want to. If you don't have private land, you don't have that choice though.

I would like to add sides and a roof to mine in case we actually do get winter one of these years.

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That stand is rediculous. i could never hunt out of something like that. At my cabin we have a 12x12 stand, without carpet or a heater or anything, and although its nice as a wind break for awhile. It gets too comfortable and i find myself falling asleep alot more. Not to mention it doesnt feel as much like hunting as finding a tree and planting it right underneath it.

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I would kill to have a cabin that nice!!

I agree that really isn't hunting, but if that is what you want to do, so be it. Not me though. I like taking in all the sights, sounds, fresh air etc. If I wanted each and every luxury of home, I would stay there.

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I would kill to have a cabin that nice!!

I agree that really isn't hunting, but if that is what you want to do, so be it. Not me though. I like taking in all the sights, sounds, fresh air etc. If I wanted each and every luxury of home, I would stay there.

I hated it alot more 3 years ago before i shot 5 deer in 3 years out of that stand. But i would still rather walk aimlessly until i find a nice spot to sit for awhile.

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