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  1. jbrown

    jbrown Elite Refuge Member

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    Anyone tried either of these two dog stands, Momarsh Final Dog Stand or Banded Slough Dog Stand??What do you think, which stand would you use? I hunt in flooded marsh and flooded timber
     
  2. westsideshooter

    westsideshooter Refuge Member

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    I have the MoMarsh dog stand. We hunt flooded fields. I really like it a lot.[​IMG][​IMG]
    It's very stable, and there's plenty of room for him. He's 75 pounds


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  3. professor

    professor Elite Refuge Member

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    I use a Rough stand, but I own a Banded stand, too, that I have never used (won it). I like the Rough stand because of the rigid top. However, I do wish the top had more traction for the dog.
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  4. Aunt Betty

    Aunt Betty Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    Apologize for bumping an old thread.
    Im looking at this stand it's 6 years later...
    Any negative reviews?
    It's $150 and looks like an ideal timber stand for snuggling up to that tree.
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  5. choc24/7

    choc24/7 Elite Refuge Member

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    go momarsh. very easy and you dont have to deal with the stupid pins in freezing weather. could not stand the rough stand stand. plus the momarsh has a vented top so it drains easily
     
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  6. Paul Myrdahl

    Paul Myrdahl Senior Refuge Member

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    I have the momarsh. Like it a lot.
     
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    Mr_Mallard Elite Refuge Member

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    Mo marsh for sure i use them for hunting and place board training but they are hard to find in stock right now
     
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  8. Aunt Betty

    Aunt Betty Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    This horrible thing is my stand. It works but putting it up alone is dangerous. With a helper it's not exactly safe unless both are trained in advance. Ratchet straps ...lol
    Drop one of the wingnuts and...grrr
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  9. LADucks

    LADucks Senior Refuge Member

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    I plan on buying the Invisi-Lab and changing the bolts out for pins. That allows you to take off the canopy and operate it as a final stand, or put it back on and use as a dog blind.
     

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