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4X6 Deer Blind Question #8030418 10/30/20 05:25 PM
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Hoping to purchase two 4X6 blinds in the next month. Needing them to be delivered in South Texas by Zapata. What is the best method on this search? Has anyone purchased blinds in the area before? Any recommendations/advise would be greatly appreciated.

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Lyssy & Eckel in George West sells blinds. They are at the corner of 59 and 281 on south side of town. They can do delivery also but it would get expensive. Freer has some places that sell blinds also. You can rent a trailer at TSC or even some rental places to haul it down yourself. Some blinds have welded towers and many now have bolt together towers if you need a tower.


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STx advise is gonna be good but im sure others on here will know a lot also. I cant help you in that area but it would help others advice you if they knew more specifics about what type blind you want. 4x6 is helpful but they can be made of various materials and price ranges.


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depends what kind you want, but David Montalvo in hebbronville has blinds (homemade-ish) and will deliver. He has them out in front of his feed store.

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L & E in GW solid. Good folks, been goin there for years...

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Originally Posted by kyle1974
depends what kind you want, but David Montalvo in hebbronville has blinds (homemade-ish) and will deliver. He has them out in front of his feed store.

Is Montalvo the guy that leases a whole bunch of small properties in South TX? Just curious, I keep seeing that name on adds.


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depends what kind you want, but David Montalvo in hebbronville has blinds (homemade-ish) and will deliver. He has them out in front of his feed store.

Is Montalvo the guy that leases a whole bunch of small properties in South TX? Just curious, I keep seeing that name on adds.



yeah that's him.

people in the area come to him and ask them for help leasing their land. he owns a feed store and a pest control company as his main day to day role. He's actually a well respected guy in the area.

I've worked with him on a couple deals and he's an honest guy.. super nice too. He's actually the guy I got my current lease from. 7000 acres, part of a 16,000 acre ranch, and my landowner really likes the guy.

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Probably best to bring them in from Laredo or Rio. Both places have them for sale around town.

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