Treestand concealment

Discussion in 'Bowhunting' started by gravedigger30, Nov 28, 2017.

  1. matt_jones105

    matt_jones105 Well-Known Member

    I just have to hope I see them before they see me me because I’m only going 15 foot up and I’m sweating at that height.
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  2. BowHunter21

    BowHunter21 Select Member<br>2015-16 Deer Hunting Contest Winn

    I've got old artificial Christmas trees on pretty much all my stands. Blends in real good in the pine thickets
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  3. quackandmild

    quackandmild Well-Known Member

    He get his at hobby lobby?? I about had a stroke when I seen a 6 ft section of garland was almost $20...
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  4. nick83

    nick83 Member<br>2011 Turkey Contest Team Winner<br>2014

    I zip tie camo netting to the top part of my climber. I think it help a lot. I have enough that it hangs past the bottom and just roll it around the top part when I'm carrying it
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  5. Aeds151

    Aeds151 Well-Known Member

    Yup roll up curtain method for me as well
  6. logchainleroy

    logchainleroy Well-Known Member

    Burn the end of a wine bottle cork. It’s not greasy an can be cleaned off much easier than any paint I’ve used. Face mask gets in my way of spitting and are uncomfortable to me.
  7. deer14

    deer14 Well-Known Member

    Zip tie local stuff to treestand legs , usually cane or honeysuckle vines. Also , do the same on limbs at seat height .