Portable Duck Blind

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Portable Duck Blind

Postby redbeard44 » Sun Dec 02, 2012 6:52 pm

Hey guys, I just found this site, seems pretty cool. Lots of good info on here, just thought I'd put a post up showing some of my new setup for this year. Let me know what you guys think.
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In the field 1
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Trial run in backyard..
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Painted with fence wire attached, camo burlap also being put on. The burlap is a three layer system with one side camo(facing out), then brown tarp to block wind, and on the inside just regular brown burlap again.
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Base frame of blind. 1" pvc pipe. Sections are glued for easy assembely.
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Re: Portable Duck Blind

Postby billsarima » Sat Dec 08, 2012 9:54 pm

Nice setup good job!!!!! :thumbsup:
Don't say a word about my dog being fat other wise you can fetch your own duck!!!
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Re: Portable Duck Blind

Postby hahnm01@yahoo.com » Sun Dec 09, 2012 2:39 pm

what did that setup cost you?
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Re: Portable Duck Blind

Postby redbeard44 » Sun Dec 09, 2012 7:21 pm

Thank you billsarima. And as for the cost hahnm01 I'd say it ended up somewhere between $250 and $300, don't have an exact total though. It's the first pre-built one I've ever done, we usually just make one in the field but we got tired of other people messing them up since we hunt public property (hence the reason it had to be portable..). Me and my brother were debating to get layouts but the good ones run that much just for one, so we decided to split it and build our own, plus it will hold 3 people instead of one. The only issue I will say with it, is that it is fairly large and needs some sort of treelinage behind it to block the roof, other than that I will say it comes in pretty handy (with the exception of hauling it out there amongst our other gear lol).
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