Banded layout blind...

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Banded layout blind...

Postby Mauser M03 » Tue Sep 24, 2013 3:01 am

Aside the fact that most people seem to dislike Chad Belding...(Please stay on topic... :thumbsup: ...)
Has anybody tried their layout blinds?
To me the latest of the bunch, the "RIP" blind seems nice... but, my ass has never been in a layout blind, so what do I know.

I'm looking for a blind that is comfy, foldable and works well with extremely weary birds. (Greylag goose)
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Re: Banded layout blind...

Postby 2500hdon37s » Wed Sep 25, 2013 3:55 pm

Just get a Cabela's elite or ultimate blind and you wont have to worry, they are EXCELLENT blinds for the money.

And of the few banded products I've seen and handled... I wouldnt own any. My little brother has the marsh seat and its a joke compared to other marsh seats.
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Re: Banded layout blind...

Postby Mauser M03 » Wed Sep 25, 2013 4:34 pm

Thanks,

Just think it looks easier to avoid shadows with the sloped sides...
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Re: Banded layout blind...

Postby 2500hdon37s » Wed Sep 25, 2013 4:36 pm

avoiding shadows isnt much of a problem with any blind if you spend a little time properly brushing it in.
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Re: Banded layout blind...

Postby JWG » Fri Sep 27, 2013 5:08 am

I've never done it, but in bare fields using either natgear or whatever is best for the situation in burlap or cerex-cut material, tent stakes,zip ties, and a firm knowledge of the wind as once yer done setting up,moving this would not be easy. Either make a skirt for the highest stubble straps to the blind doors and plane out those terrible shadows. I think Drake company has a blind sorta like this. Sorry just thinkin out loud
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