Bag for tree sticks

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Elkinde
 
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Bag for tree sticks

Postby Elkinde » Thu Jan 07, 2010 2:45 am

Looking for a bag that acommodates my tree sticks. Seems there could be a better way than strapping them together. Any innovative ideas?[font="Times New Roman"][/font]

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Ohio farms
 
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RE: Bag for tree sticks

Postby Ohio farms » Thu Jan 07, 2010 3:36 am

I'm lucky in many ways and one of the ways is that my wife can sew.  She even made a drawstring case for my turkey call out of my old favorite hunting coat. Know anyone who can sew?

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RE: Bag for tree sticks

Postby Wolf River Hunter » Mon Jan 11, 2010 12:01 pm

I use a duck decoy bag, it is big enough to hold the entire tree stick and has shoulder straps.
I'd rather drag out a 4 pointer with my father than a 10 pointer alone.

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Jslotter
 
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RE: Bag for tree sticks

Postby Jslotter » Fri Sep 17, 2010 5:23 am

Try using a military issued duffle bag.
I only hunt on days that end in ' Y '.

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DEERBOSS
 
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RE: Bag for tree sticks

Postby DEERBOSS » Fri Sep 17, 2010 5:56 am

I USE A COUPLE OF DIFFERENT BAGS DEPENDING ON THE SIZE OF THE STICKS, ILL USE BAG FROM A FOLDING CHAIR, OR FOR MY LITTLE BIGGER ONES I USE MY BAG FOR MY GROUND BLIND!

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Jslotter
 
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RE: Bag for tree sticks

Postby Jslotter » Fri Sep 17, 2010 6:05 am

Transporting them is one thing, getting them in the woods without them clanging together is another battle. Any advice on that?
I only hunt on days that end in ' Y '.

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Ifishandhunt
 
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RE: Bag for tree sticks

Postby Ifishandhunt » Fri Sep 17, 2010 6:43 am

Funny you should ask...
My wife calls me from a garage sale she is at and tells me she found a couple hunting items including a soft camo canvas gun case type bag for $2. I said sure, buy it. For $2 you cannot go wrong.

She gets home and hands it to me. It's not a gun case at all, rather it's one of those stogage bags you get with the canvas fold up chairs that never seem to fit back into it[8|].

I chuckled and told her it was fine and I'll find some use for it (any time my wife is thinking about my hunting needs, I appreciate it with great enthusiasm!). Turns out it is great storage for tall skinny things like a telescoping tree trimmer... or in your case climbing sticks. What's nice too is that it comes with a shoulder strap and it has a draw string that helps keep it closed. I do keep my tree trimmer in it and have taken it to the field. It turns out to be a handy little bag. Hangs up nicely in the garage when not in use.

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DEERBOSS
 
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RE: Bag for tree sticks

Postby DEERBOSS » Fri Sep 17, 2010 9:18 am

I RACHET STRAP MINE TOGETHER, IF YOU DONT HAVE STRAPS YOU CAN JUST TIE THEM TOGETHER AS TIGHT AS YOU POSSIBLY CAN, I ALSO HAVE A BUDDY THAT USES A BLACKET AND ROLLES THEM UP IN THE BLANKET AND THEN PUTS IT IN HIS BAG.
 
THERE IS ALOT OF WAYS TO DO IT. SOMETIMES YOU JUST HAVE TO GET CREATIVE!


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