When we scout for hunting seasons it can take many forms. Roadside glassing, hiking trails, trail cams, observational sits, history with an area, e-scouting and many more. Get some tips on preparing and scouting for Saddle Hunting in your Trophyline Tree Saddle
Like many lifelong hunters, my father has been a mentor in and out of the woods. Those of us who have been lucky enough to hunt with our dads, know that we owe them a tremendous debt of gratitude for instilling in us an affinity for the outdoors.
In my scattered brained, adrenaline washed, haist I could have ended up not only not hunting the next morning but not ever going home to my family from Ohio. There is no excuse for not being attached to the tree with a high quality climbing rated rope, at all times. Ever.
You’ve gone down the path far enough, you’ve done the research, you’ve weighed out the cost and benefits ... of sitting in a Trophyline Tree Saddle against anything else and just like any analysis of weight, the saddle won the day. But where do you start?
We believe that this is the place where modern hunting meets traditional hunting. We use a lot of the latest and greatest equipment. However, we still like to hunt with traditional equipment. We like to think of ourselves as hybrid archers.