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Dog stand #7262231 08/20/18 03:20 PM
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Hi, looking for the best stand alone dog stand for my lab to duck hunt this year. Canít use a tree one because of all the different spots I go to. Any suggestions are much appreciated

Re: Dog stand [Re: JoeyV23] #7262274 08/20/18 03:49 PM
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Momarsh invisilab hands down.

Can be used with a cover or without. Adjustable legs, mesh bottom that drains well.

The only issue is it's kind of heavy. I wouldn't want to haul it very far.


This is in about 2 foot of water.



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what BradyBuck said!

The momarsh invislab is a nice piece of equipment for your gun-dog. You can also take the blind piece off, and use the stand as a normal dog stand. It's very versatile in how you can use it.

Re: Dog stand [Re: JoeyV23] #7264282 08/22/18 03:59 PM
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Momarsh Invisilab is the best.

BUT - and a big but - for half the cost ($99) the banded hybrid slough is not horrible (and it is lighter). Only downfall is only adjustable between about 2' and 3'...so not good for super shallow water. Plus - no blind...just a stand. It's stable with my 100lb lab on it and me using it as something to lean on though.

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