StikNtheMud

StikNtheMud

Whether you are marsh hunting or dog training, the StikNtheMud provides a super-handy, safe place to set your shotgun. It is lightweight and portable. A simple four-step process allows set up in seconds.



The base adjusts vertically from 12 to 42 inches to suit hunting conditions from soft surfaces to thigh-deep water.


Contact: STIKNTHEMUD; (816) 616-7522; www.stiknthemud.com

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