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#5485974 - 12/18/14 01:50 PM Ultradeertowers
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Registered: 08/19/09
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You guys seen these deer towers made from old gasoline tanks? A little pricey, but with sleeping quarters and ATV storage, they seem like a great idea:

Ultradeertowers.com
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#5486064 - 12/18/14 02:47 PM Re: Ultradeertowers [Re: postoak]
Cast Offline
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Registered: 12/14/08
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Those are very cool, and not too pricey. I'm considering a 10' for my second blind. At ~1,500 it costs about what I was planning to spend.
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#5486347 - 12/18/14 05:24 PM Re: Ultradeertowers [Re: postoak]
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I like it, will probably buy a 20 or 30 to put on my place

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#5486622 - 12/18/14 08:05 PM Re: Ultradeertowers [Re: postoak]
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These are very well built stands. Quality in every detail. I've seen/been in hundreds of them up to 30' with multiple levels. All come standard with DeerView Windows as well.
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#5486632 - 12/18/14 08:11 PM Re: Ultradeertowers [Re: postoak]
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Man those are really cool!
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#5487371 - 12/19/14 09:38 AM Re: Ultradeertowers [Re: postoak]
Cast Offline
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How heavy would a 10' blind be? I wonder about set up.
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#5487453 - 12/19/14 10:14 AM Re: Ultradeertowers [Re: postoak]
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I think the site said a standard 15' is just over 1100 lbs. I would say the 10 footer is around 900?
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#5487694 - 12/19/14 12:08 PM Re: Ultradeertowers [Re: postoak]
Cast Offline
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I just talked with him, super nice guy. Depending on how it's customized, they run about 85 to 100 pounds a foot. My 10' will weigh in at about 900 pounds. Way easier to set up than I figured, just drag it off the trailer until it tilts, and then two guys can easily stand it up. You want custom, add a sleeping loft above the hunting platform, add a heater, propane sits under floor, add an A/C unit and run it off solar. If you had big bucks, you could live in one. Hot water and shower, no problem.
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#5488060 - 12/19/14 03:38 PM Re: Ultradeertowers [Re: postoak]
Cast Offline
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I just pulled the trigger on a 10' one with sleeping loft. I'm looking towards next year...
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#5488114 - 12/19/14 04:24 PM Re: Ultradeertowers [Re: postoak]
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Those are nice!!!!
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#5488135 - 12/19/14 04:40 PM Re: Ultradeertowers [Re: Cast]
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Originally Posted By: Cast
I just pulled the trigger on a 10' one with sleeping loft. I'm looking towards next year...


Congrats. I was showing the video to the wife this afternoon. I think I'd like to try one out...15' at least.
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#5534283 - 01/11/15 08:22 AM Re: Ultradeertowers [Re: postoak]
Rockfish Dave Offline
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Registered: 08/12/11
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Loc: Texas
Don't know how I missed these. I think I'll pick a half dozen to try out at the ranch before buying enough for the whole place.
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#5547243 - 01/16/15 03:23 PM Re: Ultradeertowers [Re: postoak]
NETxHunter Offline
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Those are awesome. I need about 2 myself!!

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#5547278 - 01/16/15 03:45 PM Re: Ultradeertowers [Re: postoak]
Cast Offline
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Mine should be ready soon.
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#5548051 - 01/17/15 07:50 AM Re: Ultradeertowers [Re: postoak]
Western Offline
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I hunted in one back in the 90's (not mine) They are very nice and tons of room. The one I was in had a concrete floor, didn't budge in the wind one bit. Don't know if this outfit built it or not, but it was nice for a set it and forget it "club house". Was about 20' tall with 2 levels.
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