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we got a couple:

The Crap Stand - my brother had a upset stomach one morning and could not make it down, so he had to do his business over the side of the stand. While having some relief a buck walked out and he shot it.

The Hill - big stand on top of a hill (pretty sure its the highest elevation point within a few miles) Many a buck his been dropped here. I can even claim a few of them

Duck Stand - sets on a slu bank and ducks will come in on you alot when its full of water.

The Point - Used to over look a clear cut, that they left a triangle shaped area of timber, so we had a stand on the point that stuck out the fartherest. Then they cut the triangle park and its the only pine tree for about 300 acres.
 

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We name our stands at our camp. With 35 members, you have to be able to tell them apart. Heres a few of our names:

Double Decker
Paintcan
The curve
Blue Wrap
Brown Wrap
Mad Squirrel (old and new)
Clay Road
Straight Stretch
Blue Line
Po' Boy
Gravel Road Stand
The Blind
Barrel stand
Bottom Stand
 

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Top Hat
Owls Nest
Fat Bottom Girl
Gauntlet
Death From Above
Stairway to Heaven
Dove Field
Nose Bleed
69 (uh, used to be 'the number 9 stand', I inherited the spot when the owner quit the club and someone else renamed it for me) Kinda stuck.
 

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HiTech Redneck....complete with a Sat TV dish:biggrin:

The Redneck Riviera......sitting on a high bank by an old river lake

Snaggy shack........doghouse blind on a 4ft high platform

The condo.........

the tripod.........

The yellow stob.......
 

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My best one is "Richard's Point"

Richard died in 1992 and he hunted the point almost all of his 58 years. He knew more about deer hunting than any person I have ever met and he learned what he knew from being there and hunting.

He would feel sorry for me and let me on his point every now and then. I first hunted there with him in 1977 if I remember correctly. There are seven deer trails that cross the point and I can cover all seven when the leaves are off. There is a hickory tree on the point that I have killed 21 bucks from. My son killed a nice seven point there and now he wants to hunt it every-time he gets up here from Alabama. Also my local hunting buddy has killed several good deer there on "Richard's Point. :thumb:
 
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