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Blind Etiquette #6004546 11/01/15 03:50 PM
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Just a quick question. Yesterday we couldn't get the birds to decoy well, and we had passing shots mostly on the left side of the blind. I happened to be the lucky sap sitting on the far left and did the majority of the killing. Felt kind of guilty getting the vast majority of the shooting and offered to switch spots with the other fellows, but they declined. I didn't exactly beg them to switch, but did offer.

This is the first year I'm hunting in a group of guys and wanted to check to see how any of you approach this sort of situation in your group.

Curious about your thoughts.

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You offered up, I think that's fair enough.


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Re: Blind Etiquette [Re: AndrewOSpencer] #6004601 11/01/15 04:23 PM
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been on both sides of that one, just the luck of the draw

Re: Blind Etiquette [Re: AndrewOSpencer] #6004615 11/01/15 04:34 PM
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Tell them to switch with me after I get a couple. Most people won't trade out of humbleness if merely asked. I've put down my gun before when I've been the only one killing so the others could at least catch up.

Re: Blind Etiquette [Re: AndrewOSpencer] #6004648 11/01/15 04:51 PM
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You just got the better spot that day. It's to your credit that you offered. The definition of good etiquette in my opinion.

Re: Blind Etiquette [Re: AndrewOSpencer] #6005057 11/01/15 09:31 PM
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Take turns or limit out and swap.

Have had this happen with my gf. We traded sides and they quit going to that side. She must smell funny.

Re: Blind Etiquette [Re: phat694] #6005064 11/01/15 09:33 PM
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Originally Posted By: phat694
You offered up, I think that's fair enough.


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Re: Blind Etiquette [Re: AndrewOSpencer] #6005100 11/01/15 10:06 PM
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That's why I always sit on the end up

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