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Who makes a good stable dog stand for swamp hunting// DWG
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Hands down....Sport Stand. The Avery Ruff Stand is horrible.....very unstable. Dog fell off and smacked her head on a big tupelo tree pretty hard. That was the last straw for the dam Ruff Stand. Couldn't be happier with the Sport Stand.....wished I wouldn't gone with that right from the get-go.
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- Location: UPSTATE New York
MOmarsh invisilab! They just came out with it but I have been training the dog off of it in real hunting situations over the last few weeks. So far I am really digging it. It works as a 3 in 1. Kennel, field blind, and deep water covered dog stand. Best dog stand I've used so far.
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- Location: Rockwall
After looking at the sport stand for quite awhile, the momarsh looks pretty interesting. The video on their site is pretty convincing.
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I'm about to get the momarsh stand. It's the best looking stand I have seen.
Hunt like your hungry
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Momarsh is def most versatile imo plan on picking one up soon
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- Location: Ohio
Been using the Avery Ruff Stand this year, and while I haven't had the stability problem mentioned earlier, I will probably invest in anohter stand in the near future. My problem with the Avery is the aluminum is so week that after the pup jumped on and off a few times, the cotter pins had already dug into the aluminum causing some "sloppiness" in the legs. I can see where this would cause some issues.
Just a FYI.
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