Anyone with a Big Lab Using a Momarsh Invisilab?

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Anyone with a Big Lab Using a Momarsh Invisilab?

Postby JTR » Mon Jan 20, 2014 7:49 am

I've heard nothing but good things about this blind. The only concern that I have about it is that my 85-90 pound lab might not fit or might put holes in the mesh. Does anyone have experience using this blind with a big lab? Pictures of your dog in it would be great too. Thanks
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Re: Anyone with a Big Lab Using a Momarsh Invisilab?

Postby Webfeet15 » Mon Jan 20, 2014 4:05 pm

Should be good. I have a 75 lb chessie and she has more than enough room. I even put my blind bag in there with her sometimes
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Re: Anyone with a Big Lab Using a Momarsh Invisilab?

Postby krazybronco2 » Mon Jan 20, 2014 5:10 pm

I just got one yesterday and trained with it today and my lab is around 70lbs and had plenty of room. have yet to try it in water but I think the only way the mesh will rip is if it is left in the sun for a long time. it looks pretty tough.
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Re: Anyone with a Big Lab Using a Momarsh Invisilab?

Postby mufb » Tue Jan 21, 2014 12:20 pm

My male is 75 lbs and there is plenty of room for him. When the blind first came I was a little surprised it was bigger than i expected. I also have a Hardcore Dogcave and he has much more room in the MoMarsh blind. The webbing seems pretty secure to me, I dont' think that will be a problem.
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Re: Anyone with a Big Lab Using a Momarsh Invisilab?

Postby Duck Diver » Thu Mar 13, 2014 4:52 pm

Are they stable? In the sales video he mentions its not stable on dry land, but even when he uses in the water he appears to be stabilizing it. Leaning on it, hand on it etc.
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Re: Anyone with a Big Lab Using a Momarsh Invisilab?

Postby DuckNurse » Thu Mar 13, 2014 10:21 pm

I have one and my 80lb Chessie has tons of room and my buddy's 90lb Chessie has more than enough room in his as well. They come with stakes that go through the feet to stabilize them on dry ground also.


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Re: Anyone with a Big Lab Using a Momarsh Invisilab?

Postby lt1chevelle » Tue Mar 18, 2014 8:07 pm

I got one right when they can't out and it seemed smaller than the one u posted a pic of, my 95lb lab had a little trouble turning around in it.

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Re: Anyone with a Big Lab Using a Momarsh Invisilab?

Postby Erie » Fri Mar 28, 2014 10:47 pm

They are really stable. I've never had any issues on dry ground with mine but I wish I had the short legs on mine as I never really hunt in that deep of water.

I've owned a Avery platform and this is light years ahead of that POS.
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