Trophyline tree saddle rope hook up

Trophyline tree saddle rope hook up

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Ive been reading and researching tons of information on SRT climbing. I mainly starting checking it out to find a light weight way of climbing trees for hunting purposes. Next thing you know, I ran out and bought a climbing harness and two ascenders, a grigri 2, micro pulley, Books "On rope" and tree climbers companion" - still in route, and looking at buying the "Best practices for SRT in arboriculture.

Now, im addicted to climbing trees for fun too. My primary goal is to have the capability to walk a mile or two into the woods with a "guidos Hunting Harness" kinda like a climbing harness with a seat built in and climb up a tree. One method i'm currently using is just a direct aid method I think I have the right term Basically two slings But Id love to use the RAD yoyo process. Here is my Question: Im aware of the ability to use a butterfly knot and pull up a loop with a running bowline or figure 8 knot.

Then be able to pull the climbing line back down The only problem with that is having to carry double the length of rope. I dont want to have to tie off a line to the bottom of the tree either I guess the real question Im asking is there a way to pull a climbing line up through a pre set rig 35' up and climb RAD grigri. The rig I leave in the tree cant be expensive so I dont have to worry about theft. One idea, use a hunter safety strap like a big seatbelt as a sling that is adjustable with a carabiner or screw link that has some para cord through it and pull up my climbing line that terminates with an appropriate stopper knot or device that holds the line safely in the screw link?

So the climbing line has some kind of stopper knot on it that keeps the rope from coming through the screw link. But the stopper knot and screw link are my "false crotch" or primary connection point. My thinking is this would be easier and quicker than trying to pull up a running bowline up and down the tree. Thanks in Advance, Dave. Dave, Welcome to TB.

Have you been climbing with anyone else? Maybe you should try to organize a rec climb in your area. That with be a good way to find out what would work best for you. Sorry I don't have an answer. I will be making the transition to SRT soon. It'd be easy to leave an appropriately colored throw line running through your desired tie in point, and draped inconspicuously down the tree's trunk, and fixed out of easy reach with a long stick on a lower lateral. No need to leave anything more valuable than a throw line through the right crotch unattended.

No worries mate. I dont think you need any kind of device or false crotch. For overnighters I have actually used cheap twine so I don't have to leave my throwline. As long as it is something hefty enough to pull my climbline over the TIP. Or you could haul in this order: If you are looking to use minimal climbline, do the alpine or bowline on the TIP end and attach throwline to it before descent. When you go to remove, attach twine to the other end of your climbline so you can keep the TIP for next time.

No need to leave anything but twine in the tree. Am I missing something? CreTree Active Member. Is that right? If so you may be out of luck. FWIW, a deer isn't going to be alarmed by the smell of a well taken care of climbing line. Not as much as your sweaty body by the time you get there. I agree you dont need a false crotch unless you are trying to get into a tree without a crotch low enough for your uses. I would just buy some cheapo throwline and a weight and leave the throwline up in whatever trees you need.

Just put the throw line through the link before hoisting the climbing line to the TIP, so that it chokes when aloft. Sherrill used to advertised in their catalog, but I couldn't find it on their web site sell a black throwline called NIGHTline. It was made for just what you are talking about. With a black colored throwline, even the person returning to set their rope another day would probably have a hard time seeing it in the crown.

Tony Well-Known Member. You can get the black line porktaco mentions in cut to length or by the ' spools from new tribe. Where are you located halltrai? Thanks for the welcome! I should have clarified that most of the trees I climb where I hunt dont have suitable limbs within 50 ft in order to use a natural crotch. I think a few of you were onto what im looking for Surveyor, I think you are onto what im looking for Im looking for what would be a safe TIP tie in point set up as well as what to use at the end of the climbing line to complete the TIP.

Is that an acceptable method? Assuming the rings are rated properly. Tony, Im in southern Maryland. Im into almost anything outdoors.. I love mt biking, hunting, fishing, offroading in my jeep and now it appears ive added tree climbing. By the way, I travel up to Pine grove, pa every other month to go jeeping at Rausch creek. Im really learning on my own.. I dont like it I dont know anyone who climbs and it doesnt appear to be any clubs around here in MD. Single Jack is in Maryland. I am sure he would help you out, although I dont speak for him.

Not that far away. May have to get together for a climb sometime! Been thinking about arranging one sometime. Don't forget about the Tree climbing championships TCC's as well. Both excellent, well run TCCs with high level climbers. There are quite a few other buzzers down that way as well. BearMan New Member. Welcome to the Buzz Thought I would throw in my two cents For what it's worth.

I have a landscape business and do tree work from time to time. I have always been interested in this and this was an excuse to buy some equipment and write it off on my taxes That said I also have bow hunted for several years from a Trophyline Tree Saddle. I have seen guys try to get in a tree with just rope but I don't think it is practical. It just ends up too noisy, heavy, and cumbersome to do in dark hours I would just stick to rope in the daylight and for fun.

If you want to try it Knock yourself out but I find steps either screw ins or strap ons if required are the most silent, scent free, and efficient. I have seen guys with complete saddle setups under 8 lbs! Maybe this will help Been there

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