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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7720641 01/17/20 03:30 PM
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Dude I had to burn mine , it was so freaking nasty!


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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7720649 01/17/20 03:37 PM
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Not me, but a buddy had a nest in one of his blinds. He found out when he opened the door and had an owl fly out over his head. He fell backward off the ladder, but luckily nothing broken. Said the smell of his blind was actually worse than the smell of the pants he had ...stained.


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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7720689 01/17/20 03:53 PM
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Haven't experienced an owl in one yet-- but a few years ago in Oklahoma we left a duck blind to jump shoot some spots... when we can back there was a massive hawk in the blind picking apart some ducks on our stringer!

Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7720809 01/17/20 05:47 PM
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Have had the owls take over a old box blind . Decided to let them let them have it & raise rat killers !!!

Still may need to clean out every several years ...

Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7721303 01/18/20 02:09 AM
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No door are windows in this blind?

Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7722084 01/19/20 04:59 AM
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I had a owl get in one of my blinds years ago it looked like a slaughterhouse inside lucky I had a rubber mat that covered the floor


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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7722130 01/19/20 11:51 AM
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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: duckhunter175] #7722138 01/19/20 12:25 PM
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Originally Posted by duckhunter175
Haven't experienced an owl in one yet-- but a few years ago in Oklahoma we left a duck blind to jump shoot some spots... when we can back there was a massive hawk in the blind picking apart some ducks on our stringer!

Pheasant hunting in Montana, I knocked one down and it was still slightly mobile and trying to get under some bushes when a Hawk comes swooping down and grabs it. I said "oh no you don't" and tried to get it back but he would raise up at me and scream and drag the pheasant backwards into the brush. Finally, I let him have it but that was when I hunted for the food and really wanted that pheasant. You win some you lose some.


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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: KK30RAR] #7723994 01/21/20 04:32 AM
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The rubber mat made it relatively easy for me to take it all about by taking the rubber mat out!


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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7724880 01/22/20 03:39 AM
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Same issue, and rubber mat saved the day in terms of cleaning it out!


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Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7726071 01/23/20 06:14 AM
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Had some buzzards in one of mine needless to say i couldn’t use it anymore.

Re: You know it's time to retire a box blind [Re: Vern1] #7729292 01/27/20 01:37 AM
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Had the same thing happen to me a few years ago

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