wooden high seats

tika.308

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just wondering if any one out there has any idea where i might find some info on building a wooden high seat.four of us have just taken on a bit of ground for this coming game/duck season for a few walk rounds it has no deer on :cry: :cry: but the farmer is pestered with charlie as he keeps alot of free range hens/turkeys so we are thinking of putting a couple of high seats up.i could do with diagrams/measurements.thanks tika.308
 

nuttyspaniel

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Im in the same boat, but Ive seen free standing seats which I think I will measure as I think they are superb.

nutty
 

stone

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hi tika
when you come back over to me bring a note pad and pen so while i am looking for deer you can write down the measurements of my wooden one , you already know it is comfortable as steyr243 prooved
awake he said
my ares
 

stone

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sorry all my seat was taken from a plan that charles fenn gave a detail description of in the shooting time a few years ago , just i made a few adjustments to suit the timber available at the time , good solid highseat , take some nicking
 

scotsgun

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I'd also be interested in viewing the plans.

How can i get a hold of them? I could convert them to CAD and then they could be used as a resource by the group.

Marc
 

stone

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scotsgun said:
I'd also be interested in viewing the plans.

How can i get a hold of them? I could convert them to CAD and then they could be used as a resource by the group.

Marc
i shall try and dig them out as i specialy kept these so i could use it again , but knowing what the mother inlaw is like she probaly has used it to light the aga with, she's like that :lol:
so i would not hold my breath waiting for them , if i can find them i will post them for you, best i can do i am afraid
 

Beowulf

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Stone mate, I've been in your highseat remember? I must say mate that I'd have been more comfortable crucified to the tree! :lol:
 

stone

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that explains it then
i always wondered why you were hanging around in that tree as the highseat was in the next one up
next you will be telling me you can walk on water :lol:
 

Beowulf

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No unfortunately that's where my divine powers end. :( Although I have a singing voice that would bring down the walls of Jerico. It depends how drunk I get at Quex as to whether I will unleash my rude sea shanty medley. ;)
 

stone

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all i can say sanders is
charles fenn mark 2
not sure where you will hang the crucifix for when mrB comes down :evil:

scotsgun you now hav a picture just need some dimensions

not sure of all the bare ground at the bottom of the seat sanders ,is there a ritual that you are hiding from us before you climb up :lol:
 

sandersj89

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stone said:
scotsgun you now hav a picture just need some dimensions

not sure of all the bare ground at the bottom of the seat sanders ,is there a ritual that you are hiding from us before you climb up :lol:
Hmm, will try and get out with the tape measure, though as a rough guide 2 people can comfortably sit up top, must be about 1.6 / 1.8m wide.

Bare ground......that will be thanks to the bullocks, a real pain, sneak up into the seat and then have 30 of them follow you over to moo at you, how are you meant to disappear!!!!!
 

stone

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15 pairs of bullocks to hand
that is quite a feat :lol:
sorry jerry that is a bit much :oops: but you did leave your self wide open :lol:
it's good to know even though you run your own site you still hav time to enjoy this one,
please except my apologies
ATB
stone
 

sandersj89

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stone said:
it's good to know even though you run your own site you still hav time to enjoy this one,
No need to apologise!

I have to say I do enjoy this site and not just due to the help/advice I have recieved, some members here have leant me equipment and resources to help me through my recent DSC1 and I have also had an offer of a roe stalk.

There is also a nice vibe here, especially compared to some other deer forums I have seen in the past. I know little about stalking at the moment but have learnt a fair bit by simply reading here.

At the end of the day, a forum is just that, a forum, but if the membership make that little bit of an effort it becomes a community, as it is here and my site.....I hope!

Jerry
 

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