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#1534338 - 07/15/10 10:59 PM Re: LL Bean Duck House Waterfowl Blind [Re: HardWired]
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To me they seem more trouble then they are worth, and not very flexible/versatile in how you use them. I just like to make my own blinds. On my lease, I have a bunch of evergreens, and my land owner said I can cut all I want. Cut a few braches takes no time, and with a muddy ground, setting up a blind takes no time, just stick in the mud, and it will stay green all winter...



I duck behind a branch and I’m good, all I need..



Cattle panel can also provide a little more structure, and pretty easy set-up, and easy to move. Pic below I got cattle panel in the back you cannot see. Next season I will have everygreen blinds like this all over my lease.




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#1534952 - 07/16/10 10:53 AM Re: LL Bean Duck House Waterfowl Blind [Re: Guy]
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looks like gadwals have trouble seeing through ceedar... smile

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#1534961 - 07/16/10 10:57 AM Re: LL Bean Duck House Waterfowl Blind [Re: Guy]
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I think I would rather build a permanent blind or use a layout. Might be good if you were taking a child hunting and needed to stay arm's length from them.

Opening day last year I strung a camo net between two cottonwood trees and piled brush in front.



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#1536333 - 07/16/10 10:08 PM Re: LL Bean Duck House Waterfowl Blind [Re: TexasEd]
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Thanks for the opinions. I wish I had a good lease to build something that didnt have to be put up and taken down every hunt. Just looking for something I can take to the hunt site setup and remove. I think I will try it out, 350.00 is high but at the same time we all pay 80.00 for 12 plastic decoys so in relevance its about the same. Hell a lot of people spend 150 on a waterfowl coat.


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#1536352 - 07/16/10 10:16 PM Re: LL Bean Duck House Waterfowl Blind [Re: Roc]
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Originally Posted By: Roc
Thanks for the opinions. I wish I had a good lease to build something that didnt have to be put up and taken down every hunt. Just looking for something I can take to the hunt site setup and remove.

Layout blind is best for that. How hard is it to set up, and pack that thing? I would never buy something like that, but that is just me. If you do go with it, let us know how you like it. I just have never seen anyone really use anything like that.


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#1536355 - 07/16/10 10:20 PM Re: LL Bean Duck House Waterfowl Blind [Re: Fooshman]
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Originally Posted By: Fooshman
This is what I'm referring to.



http://www.cabelas.com/p-0016394225047a.shtml

So you like that foosh? Not sure why I struggle with this set-up. grin


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#1536800 - 07/17/10 11:21 AM Re: LL Bean Duck House Waterfowl Blind [Re: Guy]
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#1536808 - 07/17/10 11:24 AM Re: LL Bean Duck House Waterfowl Blind [Re: Qwaak]
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Ooppps I did that with my iPhone guess I clicked the wrong thread oh well now you know

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