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Blind help #8740432 11/23/22 02:28 AM
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Does anyone have any ideas on how to keep cattle from eating your blind?


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Re: Blind help [Re: DWADR] #8740446 11/23/22 02:45 AM
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Brush it in with cedar


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Probably any kinda “tree” branches..

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Cattle can be aholes. I've had more than one blind completely leveled by them. My solution is to use a portable blind. I have an 8X5 trailer that I can pull with the 4 wheeler to haul it between ponds. Keep it at camp where we have the area fenced off with 3 strand.


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Prolly overkill but I figure I'll lose some cover throughout the season.

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No such thing as overkill when brushing blinds. I love brushing w Cedar. Can flood it, keep adding to it year after year. Doesn’t shed much unless you rub against it

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Originally Posted by LarryCopper
Prolly overkill but I figure I'll lose some cover throughout the season.

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Looks great


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