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#5413421 - 11/11/14 12:35 PM Longest lasting blind material?
BadLander Offline
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Registered: 09/16/13
Posts: 505
Loc: 5150.867.53/09
Oaks?
Willows?
Reeds?
THAT YOU SEE IN N TEXAS!!!!!!!!! (Edit)


Edited by BadLander (11/11/14 12:40 PM)
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#5413425 - 11/11/14 12:36 PM Re: Longest lasting blind material? [Re: BadLander]
DuckCoach1985 Offline
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Registered: 10/09/13
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Palm

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#5413521 - 11/11/14 01:34 PM Re: Longest lasting blind material? [Re: BadLander]
Streater Offline
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Registered: 09/15/04
Posts: 486
Loc: Lake X, Texas
Corrugated tin

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#5413545 - 11/11/14 01:46 PM Re: Longest lasting blind material? [Re: Streater]
john paul Offline
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Treated invisigrass by Momarsh
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Originally Posted By: garrett
I'm with GK because I like salty old dudes.

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#5413552 - 11/11/14 01:47 PM Re: Longest lasting blind material? [Re: john paul]
john paul Offline
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Definitely not reeds, as soon as they die they start bending in the middle. We use them but it is convenient for us because we hunt in a 240 acre reservoir that is full of them. We put new brush on top of the old stuff every weekend.
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Originally Posted By: garrett
I'm with GK because I like salty old dudes.

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#5413669 - 11/11/14 02:35 PM Re: Longest lasting blind material? [Re: BadLander]
wfhunter Offline
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Registered: 04/04/13
Posts: 310
Loc: Fort Worth, Texas
we have had good luck with willow if you cut it before the sap drops, the leave will stay on way past the end of season.

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