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A-Frame Experience #8079598 12/07/20 04:52 PM
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Currently I hunt out of an Avain X A-Frame and have for the last four to five years. Curious as to what other hunters might have experience with as I know there are many other options currently on the market. Thought a lot about the Tanglefree panel blinds since many places I hunt I only need cover on the front. However I do enjoy the protection the a frames provide from the wind and elements.

Back in the market due to the camo cover on my a frame dry rotting, I store it inside my shop but it has some miles on it. I can basically purchase a new blind for what the cover costs, so I am weighing my options.

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I use a tangle free panel blind. It works great. Easy to transport and set up in minutes. One man can carry it. Seats 3 big men just right. A little small for 4. Good videos on line about it. Now they have flip tops for it also.

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We run both the tangle free panel blinds and lucky duck 2x4. The lucky duck is a more sturdy blind and easily holds 4 people. Panel blinds are great for being mobile and setting up in water.

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unless you're just sold on an A-frame blind, I bought 2 of the new drake ghillie blinds, and I love them.


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I went with the Rogers brand A-frame. For the money it seemed like it was worth giving them a try. Everything I have bought of their brand has always exceeded my expectations, so hopefully will too. I will update this thread once I receive them and get a chance to put them in the field.

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[quote][I went with the Rogers brand A-frame. For the money it seemed like it was worth giving them a try. Everything I have bought of their brand has always exceeded my expectations, so hopefully will too. I will update this thread once I receive them and get a chance to put them in the field./quote]
Following. I have hunted out of the Avery, Avian X and Tanglefree. The Tanglefree is the bes by far, but the cost is the highest too. Decoy bags, etc. from Rogers have been great. I hope their blind is too. Looking forward to hearing your report.


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Originally Posted by Boudreaux
unless you're just sold on an A-frame blind, I bought 2 of the new drake ghillie blinds, and I love them.

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Originally Posted by Boudreaux
unless you're just sold on an A-frame blind, I bought 2 of the new drake ghillie blinds, and I love them.

Those look awesome


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