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You know it's time to retire a box blind #7719449 01/16/20 01:45 PM
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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7719451 01/16/20 01:47 PM
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barf Yep I would torch it when they are gone flame

Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7719465 01/16/20 01:58 PM
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Those are some nasty birds!


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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7719467 01/16/20 02:00 PM
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You should keep one as a pet


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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7719489 01/16/20 02:13 PM
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I had that happen to me once.But they had already flown the coup before I found out about it..it was awful the mess they made in a great and one year old blind. It took two days for me to clean it out, so I could use it again.


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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7719507 01/16/20 02:28 PM
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This was a couple of years ago.
As far as I know, they all made it.
The blind had fiberboard siding that wasn't painted on the inside and absorbed all the good smells!


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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7719519 01/16/20 02:48 PM
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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7719525 01/16/20 02:53 PM
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Please identify these birds.

Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7719526 01/16/20 02:54 PM
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They provide a great cover scent. That blind is more valuable now.

Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7719529 01/16/20 02:57 PM
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Worse than a fresh skunk smell.

Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Bbq74] #7719546 01/16/20 03:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Bbq74
Please identify these birds.

Owls


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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7719614 01/16/20 03:59 PM
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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7719619 01/16/20 04:04 PM
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Had that happen once. Broom, shopvac off a generator, and a new inside seal of Kilz!


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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: SnakeWrangler] #7719631 01/16/20 04:20 PM
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Originally Posted by SnakeWrangler
You should keep one as a pet


It's been a long time (1967) but I had one as a pet, raised from fist-sized furball. It loved to have its "forehead" scratched.

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Couple of years ago I went down to one of my blinds and there were 2 full grown owls inside- with the doors and windows all closed. They had crapped over the whole inside- chairs, carpet, everything. I opened the door and finally coaxed them out without falling off the platform. Threw away the carpet, took the chairs to the car wash and spent my kids college money in quarters blasting the white gravy off of them. Left them outside for a week in the sun.
They sure can trash a blind.....


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had a buzzard raise babies in mine one time. Started gagging from 20 yards away.

Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7720014 01/16/20 10:25 PM
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Have had that happen more times than I care to think about.

I usually pull the old carpet out, scrape as much of anything left behind out as I can, let it dry out a while then come back and hit it with a pump up sprayer with a heavy concentration of bleach water, new carpet and do it again.

Several years ago went hunting with my wife at our place. Got to the stand and chased an owl out. I offered to go back to camp or a different blind but she said it would be ok.... lol about a half hour in she was wishing she could go back and change her mind!


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We've always called them a Barn Owl....

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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7720161 01/17/20 12:19 AM
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Yep, sure can make a mess.


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Been there, done that. We actually salvaged the blind but I never hunted it.

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