treestand safety

Stay Alive! 3 Rules of Treestand Safety

Stay Alive! 3 Rules of Treestand Safety

Safety should be the No. 1 priority every time we climb into a treestand, and it's no time to be careless. Here are three safety rules that could save your life. Plus, we profile a new safety device designed for treestand hunters.

Hot Gear: HSS Teams with ElimiShield for Harnesses

Hunter Safety System, the industry leader in tree stand safety, continues to set the industry standard in treestand harness technology with the addition of ElimiShield® Scent Control Technology. Hunter Safety System is now offering four of its most popular safety harnesses with the most revolutionary approach to controlling human odor at...

Tips for Hunting Safely in High Winds

Hunters should incorporate many safety practices into their hunting routines, regardless of how hard the wind is blowing. Things such as always letting someone know your hunt itinerary (where you’ll be hunting, when you’ll return), wearing a full-body safety harness when hunting off the ground and carrying a first-aid kit are...

D+DH Innovation Zone: The Treestand WingMan

Exclusive insights into the most innovative products for deer hunters. Wayne and Shauna Bogardus with Black Ash Outdoor Products provide an exclusive look at a unique new harness system that will lower a hunter to the ground in the event of a fall from a tree stand. It works whether you’re conscious...

D+DH Innovation Zone: Summit Pro, Sport Harnesses

Exclusive insights into the most innovative products for deer hunters. Beth Jones with Pradco gives us the skinny on the new Summit Stands Pro and Sport safety harnesses. They’re designed for comfort and, most importantly, safety. Both are priced right, too, so you don’t have any reason whatsoever to not wear...

Hot Gear: Your Treestand Mobility is Easier With This Tool

Deer hunters know they have to be mobile. Not only do whitetails change habits based on wind and weather conditions, but they also move to different areas and trails throughout the season as food sources change. They also respond to hunting pressure and learn to avoid stands that are hunted often....