Saddle Hunting 101
What is saddle hunting? Saddle hunting is simply hunting from a woven saddle. Instead of sitting on a tree stand, hunters hang from a tether that wraps around the tree connected by carabiner just like as lineman fixing power lines would. One of the many advantages of a saddle hunting is the flexibility and versatility. Saddle hunting allows you to lean/sit back in a seated position or hunt in a standing position. Depending on your style of saddle hunting, saddle hunters can utilize different platforms to stand on, from lightweight climbing steps to lightweight platforms. If you want to know more about saddle hunting, or learn how to saddle hunt, check back with us regularly for videos, tips and tricks to help up your saddle hunting game.
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Advantages Of Saddle Hunting
- Extremely Lightweight Tree Saddles: Tree Saddles are lightweight, making you more mobile. Perfect for the Public Land Owner! Make sure to check out our new Ultra-Light saddle hunting steps for the ultimate lighweight hunting pack.
- Little to no noise: With tree saddle, you don’t get the noise typically associated with pulling up tree stands.
- Hunters Safety: While there have been lots of hunters who have fallen from conventional tree stands, when saddle hunting you are tethered to the tree from the moment you leave the ground until you step back on it after the hunt, making it almost impossible to fall.
- Affordable: While some of our saddle hunting platforms may be a tad more expensive than some traditional tree stands, you only need 1 saddle hunting platform. Gone are the days of needing multiple stands for multiple sets. Save time and money saddle hunting.