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#6511090 - 10/25/16 02:02 PM Moving a 14 Foot, Dug in Tower Blind
Brownwood Online   embarrased
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Registered: 09/20/04
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Loc: DFW Texas
I will be getting hunting access to a property near Bronte, Coke county after deer season begins. there is a nice 14 FT steel tower blind in a terrible spot on the property. How would you move such a thing? Are there companies that would do that for you?
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#6511096 - 10/25/16 02:06 PM Re: Moving a 14 Foot, Dug in Tower Blind [Re: Brownwood]
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Atascosa Wildlife Supply has moved a bunch of tower stands for me in the past. It would be cost prohibitive for them to come way up there, but perhaps they have a dealer in your area? Mr. Friesenhan designed a very slick, hinged trailer to deliver their stands with. Doubles as an easy way to move big tower stands, too. They were charging $550/stand to move them within a property several years ago.

Ask for Larry Friesenhahn.

www.atascosawildlifesupply.com

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#6511150 - 10/25/16 02:41 PM Re: Moving a 14 Foot, Dug in Tower Blind [Re: fouzman]
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Thanks Brother, Ill give them a call.
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#6513057 - 10/26/16 02:40 PM Re: Moving a 14 Foot, Dug in Tower Blind [Re: Brownwood]
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we've used a big tractor with a round bale fork on the front in the past. Worked great. Not sure how high they'll reach though.

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