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Layout blinds #7739574 02/06/20 11:23 PM
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Any recommendations?
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Re: Layout blinds [Re: harvey] #7739584 02/06/20 11:36 PM
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Rogers goosebusters low profile. I like it because it has very few metal frame parts. I've found in the past those frame parts add things that break or add bulk. Goosebusters low profile folds up very nicely.

Re: Layout blinds [Re: harvey] #7739613 02/07/20 12:06 AM
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Love my Delta Waterrfowl Zero Gravity layout. It sucks to grass in but once it’s done I just refresh and fluff. It. Keeps you off the cold ground. CAn be heavy once grassed in too. I don’t walk-in. It either strapped to my kayak and set up once I get to my spot or pulled in the sled behind the atv.

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Re: Layout blinds [Re: harvey] #7739727 02/07/20 02:14 AM
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I sold mine and went back to old school. I use a backboard and a camo net.


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$7 academy dove stool on its side works pretty good.

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Re: Layout blinds [Re: harvey] #7740140 02/07/20 05:25 PM
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Out of all I’ve had or used, Avery Finisher has been my favorite. Quick setup, no pins, relatively light.

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Second for the Avery finisher. Folds up nice, sturdy design. Got mine in 2009 and still holding up great.

Re: Layout blinds [Re: harvey] #7740210 02/07/20 07:20 PM
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Haven't y'all heard layouts are antiquated? A frames are all the rage now.


Re: Layout blinds [Re: harvey] #7740282 02/07/20 08:53 PM
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Cabela's Northern Flight has been my go to layout.. comfortable, concealed, can grass however you need to.. has some pockets and slots in case you're waving a flag at geese or passing waters around or whatever you'd need down about waist high.. whatever you want, this one has.. even has a zipper for the pup at the very bottom of it

Re: Layout blinds [Re: LarryCopper] #7740308 02/07/20 09:36 PM
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That’s ok; I’m antiquated too.

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I got a momarsh invisiman towards the end of the season. I only hunted out of it twice but really liked it. I don't field hunt so its probably not the route you'd want to go if you primarily field hunt. But for setting up around water or in water its should fit the bill.


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Re: Layout blinds [Re: 2flyfish4] #7740769 02/08/20 03:51 PM
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I appreciate the reply’s. I don’t anticipate using it all that much but when I do, I’ll probably walk it in. Portability is pretty high on my list.
Thx again

Re: Layout blinds [Re: harvey] #7741757 02/10/20 02:09 AM
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For portability/profile/size/weight/price I have already been pleased with my Cabela’s Mobile 1’s.

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Northern Flight Elite at cabelas
Very durable, very light.
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Re: Layout blinds [Re: harvey] #7741909 02/10/20 06:02 AM
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I hunt from a layout 90% of the time. I haven't tried a lot of different ones but the Cabelas Northern flight Ultimate has held up well and comfortable.

Not one you'd want to carry long distances though.

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Originally Posted by harvey
Any recommendations?
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I have a gently used and mudded/grassed Avery Finisher I could sell.


Re: Layout blinds [Re: harvey] #7756680 02/26/20 03:00 AM
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Delta by Alps.
Folds like a chaise lounger, keeps your body off the ground and very easy to transport.

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