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stand available! I bought my first one, own 3 now, 3 years ago. I couldn?t
afford to buy lots of stands, I am not comfortable with climbers, so this
was a great stand for me.
The land I had been hunting for four years is in Southeast. Because of the
area of the country, there are some good deer, but not huge, heavy deer.
It?s too hot down here so the deer don?t get too big. Two years in a row we
saw this nice 8 pt, but never could get a clear shot at him. We tried to
pattern him, didn?t matter he always worked the wind right, or got lucky and
crossed any open area?s/shooting lanes in a trot and at the questionable
Last year in January, I saw all signs that the rut was wrapping up. There
are some dense, hard to navigate pines beside the Choctahatchee River on
this property. So during rut we often miss the big bucks because they stay
deep in that area. However, post rut..this is usually the only time of the
year we see the big ones more than once. I had seen several doe crossing a
powerline about 350 yards southeast of my tripod numerous times in the last
week. On a Friday morning, this big 8 pt was trailing them, but at the
distance and his trot, I didn?t want to take that shot. I had my new
Millenium set up in some hardwoods, but decided to move it to the woods
where the doe and buck had crossed. I set it up on Saturday about mid-day.
Took all of 10 minutes to set up climbing sticks and Millenium. The next
day, Sunday morning, was very foggy as I put doe estrous around the area and
climbed the stand and waited MAYBE 15 minutes, then rolled my doe bleat can.
I was glancing to my left and rotated my head back to the right and there he
wasnose in air sniffing not 30 yards away between two bushes. I scoped and
shot and he dropped on the spot. I could barely climb down I was so excited,
my best deer ever. I called my step son and left a VERY excited message,
which he kept for months laughing at how giddy I sounded.
I woke up several friends and did what they called the ?Tour De Deer?, I
took him home for family to see, two friends house, another friends farm,
and finally to the taxidermist! Poor deer covered more ground in my truck
bed than he did in his lifetime! . He weighed in at 208 lbs (figure he lost
good 10-15 lbs during rut), 8 pts with 11 inch G2?s..B&C 142. GREAT deer for
Newton, Alabama! I use my Millenium and PREFER it over my Tripods, my Condo
stands with chairs, my Field and Streams, or my Gorilla?s. I own 24 stands,
but my Milleniums are my favorites. I set one up on a new lease Sunday with
one of my friends. He climbed up sat in it for the first time and said ?you
could sleep in this thing?! He bought one Monday!
Thanks for a GREAT stand!