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#5533609 - 01/10/15 08:00 PM Ghost Blind
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Registered: 11/09/13
Posts: 59

Has anyone tried these they look like they would really work. Pricey at $200.00.

#5533770 - 01/10/15 09:01 PM Re: Ghost Blind [Re: 10 point]
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Registered: 10/22/12
Posts: 15871
Loc: Winters
Seems pointless and a hassle to me, but I've never tried one.

#5534083 - 01/10/15 11:46 PM Re: Ghost Blind [Re: 10 point]
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Registered: 02/26/05
Posts: 7599
Loc: Gonzales, Texas
I had a hunter bring one out for a blackbuck hunt . It's ok. Careful handling it. The panels scratch, bend, and tear pretty easy. I'm wasn't impressed with durability. I think lack of not having a top is an issue. The hunters head and movement of bringing the bow into position is not hidden as well. You really need a low cover or dark shadow over you. The animals picked it off or just felt something different to not like it and go too close. In some cases we did have problems with sunlight reflection when the sun is rising and setting. So as with any pop up blind set up, it's best to do more work with it than just throwing it out in a new spot.

Would I buy one instead of a standard pop up blind? No. You can get away with more movement and scent control in a standard Double Bull or Rhino ground blind. The Ghost is easy and quick set up but that's about all I liked about it.
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