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Ameristep Duck Commander Hay Bale Blind #7716642 01/13/20 08:20 PM
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I came across one of these at a garage sale, kind of like a popup blind. It doesn't have the poles but still has the tags on the blind material. If anyone has the poles I would be glad to purchase or if someone needs the blind itself I will be glad to part with it cheap. Or if anyone has any idea as a substitute I will gladly take instructions. Not looking for pvc as this in a portable blind and hauling pvc would defeat the purpose.

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I repaired a popup hubstyle ground blind that had fiberglass poles that broke in a windstorm. I purchased fiberglass electric fence posts at Tractor Supply to replace the 4 broken ones on my blind. They were 4' tall and 3/8" round fiberglass posts. They might work for your blind since you can bend them easily and maybe able to ziptie or duct tape together for length.


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Originally Posted by stxranchman
I repaired a popup hubstyle ground blind that had fiberglass poles that broke in a windstorm. I purchased fiberglass electric fence posts at Tractor Supply to replace the 4 broken ones on my blind. They were 4' tall and 3/8" round fiberglass posts. They might work for your blind since you can bend them easily and maybe able to ziptie or duct tape together for length.


Great idea! Thanks

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