Saddle Hunting

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    lowdeuce New Member

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    I also talked to Ernie at the tree saddle booth about running a HBS with a saddle. He said he put two slits in his HBs and ran two bridges on his saddle. That way he could stay connected with one bridge, put the HBS on, feed the other bridge through the slits and then disconnect the first bridge. He said he didn't have any real issues doing it this way.
     
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    It sounds backwards from what a lot of guys do but it worked for me.
     
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    I am going to have to try this as the HBS is my go to cold weather hunting gear. I have been wanting to start saddle hunting for a few years now, but never pulled the trigger on buying one mainly because I don't want to hunt cold days without my HBS. However, I went ahead and ordered a saddle yesterday and will just have to either find a way to use the HBS with it, find other cold weather options, or just use my climber when it's cold.
     
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