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Blind Bag #8079514 12/07/20 04:00 PM
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Anyone have a preference of one brand over another? The one I have had for years the straps/handle broke. Thought I would ask before I randomly pick one off the internet.

Re: Blind Bag [Re: Leonardo] #8079603 12/07/20 04:55 PM
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Im using a Tanglefree blind bag I got for Christmas last year. Its your typical rectangle bag. Only cause Im hunting private. If Im hunting public, I normally like a smaller bag cause I never know where we are going to end up building blinds.


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For me I use the large Academy blind bag. It works for the boat. But if i was hunting timber or walking in I would get the Dr Duck hunt locker backpack. It's pricey but it straps to a tree and the panel opens up to use as multiple shelves. Their flyway bag is less expensive but has some good options as well.

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Re: Blind Bag [Re: Leonardo] #8080244 12/08/20 12:12 AM
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I have one from Sitka, one from Tangle Free and another from Rig 'Em Right. If I am in a small or crowded blind or layup with limited space I prefer the small one from RER. The Sitka Full Choke bag is nice if I need to carry a lot but it's kind of overkill most of the time and I find myself carrying more than I need simply because it can hold it. The bag from Tangle Free Flight Series bag is your typical blind/shell bag that has been made by nearly everyone for years now, it gets the least amount of use and is usually a loaner for buddies or newbies that come along.

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Sitka is very nice but I rather spend money on other things. Imo banded makes great stuff at a reasonable price point.

I got this one after the season from their website for $35. They have great deals a couple times a year.

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Re: Blind Bag [Re: Tex68w] #8081267 12/08/20 06:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Tex68w
I have one from Sitka, one from Tangle Free and another from Rig 'Em Right. If I am in a small or crowded blind or layup with limited space I prefer the small one from RER. The Sitka Full Choke bag is nice if I need to carry a lot but it's kind of overkill most of the time and I find myself carrying more than I need simply because it can hold it. The bag from Tangle Free Flight Series bag is your typical blind/shell bag that has been made by nearly everyone for years now, it gets the least amount of use and is usually a loaner for buddies or newbies that come along.

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Several of my buddies bought that RER bag last year and really like it. Like how they stacked the storage. ITs a good bag for sure.


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Re: Blind Bag [Re: Leonardo] #8081275 12/08/20 06:29 PM
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Mine is from Rig Em Right. I had a Banded that I use for my Sandhill bag now. My only complaint was the zippers on that bag. The flat out stunk.

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I have had a banded for the last four years. No problems and would get another if needed.

Re: Blind Bag [Re: Leonardo] #8081480 12/08/20 09:18 PM
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I've used a banded bag for 9 years and it's still going strong. Probably getting a Rig'em Right Shell Shocker XLT soon just for a little more space.

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I have an Aves and really like it.


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Re: Blind Bag [Re: Leonardo] #8083858 12/10/20 05:05 PM
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Went with the Rig em Right. Will let everyone know what I think of it once it arrives.

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