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    2nd the Momarsh. It is my favorite.

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    Momarsh invisilab for sure... It is the most stable stand I have owned by far, plus doubles as a dog blind for goose hunting

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    momarsh invisilab is a great stand/ dog blind doesn't matter where you are hunting cause each leg is adjustable so even on a weird incline in the water the dog stand will be level.

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    I just purchased the HardCore dog stand. It was $99 at Bass Pro. I like it so far. Here is a picture...


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    sportstand is the best by far. you can carry it on your back, and it sticks into the mud much better than the avery ruff stand.

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    Glad you like the Hardcore stand. I have had mine for two years and it's holding up nicely.

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    I also like the momarsh invisilab. Works great in the field, drains the water off great in the marsh which is a big deal for me. I use it as a kennel on the way to training and get it out and use it as a training tool when I get there. Another thing I love is the feet. The feet hold great in the mud and they also include stakes for the dry ground which even with my dog who is an extreme hard charger, she doesn't knock it over.

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    But with a (roof), how is it used well as a Training Stand if the dog can't sit up and watch for Marks?

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    I made a great, cheap stand out of 2" pvc pipe and Ts, a 2' square piece of aluminum, carpet, and hardware. It's stable, light weight, packs up for carrying, and pretty easy to build. I have two sets of different length legs for height options.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Dustin D View Post
    But with a (roof), how is it used well as a Training Stand if the dog can't sit up and watch for Marks?
    that is my thought...i hunt flooded corn where the water can be waist deep and the dog does not need to be hidden by a field blind...also would be awful as she needs a 360 degree view...

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