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seat/pad #7506882 05/08/19 02:08 AM
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after this season i realized i'm getting to old to be sitting straight on the ground.
i want something super portable and easy to transport/carry as i walk quite a bit.

what are yalls recommendations?


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I ordered a turkey hunting chair that is 6 inches off the ground with back support off the internet. Cost $36. Hooks to back of pack after being folded up. Very light and easy to carry.


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Originally Posted by 2flyfish4
after this season i realized i'm getting to old to be sitting straight on the ground.
i want something super portable and easy to transport/carry as i walk quite a bit.

what are yalls recommendations?


Where are located? I've got one that I won in a raffle that I'll give you if you're close enough to Mason!

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Iíll second that... where do you live?


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I have a vest with a built in pad that hooks out of the way while walking. The back is also padded to lean against a tree. I got it as a gift and like it.

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Originally Posted by mikei
Originally Posted by 2flyfish4
after this season i realized i'm getting to old to be sitting straight on the ground.
i want something super portable and easy to transport/carry as i walk quite a bit.

what are yalls recommendations?


Where are located? I've got one that I won in a raffle that I'll give you if you're close enough to Mason!


i'm in dfw, thanks for the offer!


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Turkey chair is the way to go. Summit sells one I like, but they're not the only ones. 8 miles was an average stroll for me this season, a few days per week.

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