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#6907525 - 10/03/17 01:48 PM Duck Blind
Mister D Duck Commander Offline
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Registered: 01/17/11
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I just got on a rice field this year and we are wanting to build one big blind and a few small ones in other parts of the field. What is the best set up to make a blind out of wood. Please attach pictures of some yall have.

Thanks

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#6908396 - 10/04/17 08:25 AM Re: Duck Blind [Re: Mister D Duck Commander]
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Photobucket has y pictures jacked up right now. If I can get pics I will post. I built a blind on a flatbed trailer so I won't ever have to leave it behind again. I can hook onto it and move it with very little effort.
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#6908408 - 10/04/17 08:37 AM Re: Duck Blind [Re: Mister D Duck Commander]
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#6908440 - 10/04/17 08:52 AM Re: Duck Blind [Re: Mister D Duck Commander]
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Originally Posted By: Mister D Duck Commander
I just got on a rice field this year and we are wanting to build one big blind and a few small ones in other parts of the field. What is the best set up to make a blind out of wood. Please attach pictures of some yall have.

Thanks


Your best bet in my opinion is to either build one or have one built out of metal on skids. It is going to be way lighter than anything built out of treated lumber and 10 times stronger.


Edited by john paul (10/04/17 08:56 AM)
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#6908478 - 10/04/17 09:19 AM Re: Duck Blind [Re: Mister D Duck Commander]
68A Online   content
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hog panels and t post or, PVC. Unless youre looking for something a little more permanent then I would go with what he ^^^ said.

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#6909192 - 10/04/17 07:41 PM Re: Duck Blind [Re: 68A]
a74aggie Offline
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Registered: 09/12/10
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agreed - hog panels or cattle panels and t post is quick and easy
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#6909543 - 10/05/17 07:13 AM Re: Duck Blind [Re: Mister D Duck Commander]
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I made one out of steel a couple of years ago. There is an entry door on one end and the "shooting" doors on top open independently. The entire blind bolts/unbolts so that it can be easily moved. With a little care, it should last forever.



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#6909562 - 10/05/17 07:35 AM Re: Duck Blind [Re: Mister D Duck Commander]
Mister D Duck Commander Offline
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Thank yall. I like these ideas I am wanting something low profile that will stay low.

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