rthomas4 wrote:I'd also suggest checking out The Sportsmen's Guide, I have one of their two man ladder stands and have had it in the same place here on my property for about 5 years. Mine is about 20' tall, but you can add or delete ladder sections to suit your needs. Personally, I refuse to do business with Dick's, after they pulled all of their semi-auto guns in response to the antis after Newtown, and I'll drive extra miles to visit BassPro rather than do any business with Dick's. I even sent them my rewards card and a letter of protest telling them they didn't need my business any longer after they caved in. BTW, I was in Walmart last Friday night and noticed they had all of their ladder stands, hang-ons and ground blinds marked down.
I hear you, but really I have limited options despite living in a large city. I do my best.
fwiw I refuse to shop at Wal-mart.
They are providing MILLIONS of dollars to EDF, Ocean Conservancy etc to create catch shares for commercial and recreational fishing, and to create coastal zones that essentially will be off limits to a recreational fisherman. Wal-mart and other large corporations will own all the fish and fishing. Leaving the likes of us to either buy our fish from them and other corps, or not fish at all.
By shopping there, buying your equipment and supplies to hunt and fish......your paying to have your access removed.
I guess the question is........what evil can you do battle with and which do you not............its only getting worse.
To the OP'er sorry for the derailment