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    Bill43 is correct. Climbing stands take a rhythm if you ask me. The smoother you do it the less energy and danger.

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    Practice being quiet with it and have a system to pack it up and unpack it
    Utility poles tend to be covered in tar and stink and slip I would try to use a tree.
    It takes a little getting use to with how tight and judging how much the tree diameter lessens at the top or height you want to be at.
    I use my pull up line to wrap around my stand when I'm packing it in and out to keep it from clinking around and I make it 30 feet long so I know if I feel that tug while I'm climbing I went to high.
    The opertinitys are endless with a climber your not stuck hunting the same spot all the time.
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