Share you waterfowl hunting gear tips and questions here. Including blinds, camo, clothing, etc... For decoys and calls, please see the other appropriate forums for that type of genre, Thanks.
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I have blinds that were built at home and then taken to the hunting location already, but we have a private pond that we shoot every year and were trying to come up with some fansy designs for a permanent blind. I have access to the pond by 1/2 ton truck. The most people that come at one time is six and one dog.
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I'll be right up to build you a castle if ya let me live in it during the season. :mrgreen:
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Go to BUILDING A DUCK BLIND in the hunting gear forum..............................lots of info and pictures from yours truely.
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hunter25, if you have the means to bring in materials by truk, and most importantly w/out yer wife knowing what yer spendin yer money one....
Make the HILTON (waylon had a wicked idea :mrgreen: )... Man, that would be kikin to have a blind/cabin right at yer fingertips..
Keep us informed, and good luck! :salude:
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