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Anchor 4x4 box blind #7632199 10/14/19 03:02 PM
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How do you guys anchor a 4x4 box blind on the ground? Blind is just setting on the ground..


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Re: Anchor 4x4 box blind [Re: YellowDog] #7632269 10/14/19 04:21 PM
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Go by a mobile home installer and get some of the 24x24 cement pad blocks and put lead anchor screws into the cement blocks on each corner of your blind.. You may be able to get the blocks cheaper at Home Depot or Lowes if they have them.

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I don't anchor one that sits on the ground. Never had one blow over.


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Re: Anchor 4x4 box blind [Re: Mr. T.] #7632375 10/14/19 06:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr. T.
I don't anchor one that sits on the ground. Never had one blow over.

My thoughts too.

Re: Anchor 4x4 box blind [Re: YellowDog] #7632434 10/14/19 07:37 PM
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I don't anchor ground blinds. Elevated stands you can use earth anchors if the ground is soft enough. If rocky I would use these.

https://texashuntingforum.com/forum...ie-downs-for-your-tall-blind#Post7498814

Re: Anchor 4x4 box blind [Re: YellowDog] #7636118 10/18/19 06:24 PM
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Drive a t-post on either side of it and then screw the t-post to the blind. Done this for years and never had any trouble with the blind being pushed around by the wind.

Re: Anchor 4x4 box blind [Re: Old Smuggler] #7636140 10/18/19 06:58 PM
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Originally Posted by rbhunter
Drive a t-post on either side of it and then screw the t-post to the blind. Done this for years and never had any trouble with the blind being pushed around by the wind.


Or just put one dead center on all four sides as close to the blind as you can get.

Re: Anchor 4x4 box blind [Re: YellowDog] #7636186 10/18/19 08:18 PM
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T-posts and slick wire. We have a 4x8 on a 12 foot stand that's made it through a couple hurricanes in south texas no worse for wear. I do believe there is a right and wrong way to tie one down though.


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