Treestands are typically used to hunt cagey whitetails, but there’s no reason they can’t work on elk. The key is portability. And at just 17 pounds, this Voyager Treestand from API Outdoors just might be your ticket to a full freezer.
You need to be able to put your stand where the elk are. Like whitetails, elk typically don’t look for danger from above. But they do depend heavily on their keen sense of smell to detect danger. Help mitigate both sight and smell by using a stand.
The Voyager Treestand has a healthy platform for your feet and a zero-gravity seat, which doesn’t add weight but does keep you comfortable all day.
The solid steel construction will hold up to 300 pounds.
It includes one 2-inch slide-buckle nylon strap and one 1-inch cam-buckle strap, as well as a full-body harness.
If you’ve got a wallow, a watering hole or even a migration corridor plugged into your GPS, consider a treestand on your next hunt.