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Postby jtwodrff » Sat Oct 06, 2012 10:34 pm

We will be hunting in flooded rice this year, and over the past couple of years have tried different methods of covering our pits. When we used to hunt out of above ground blinds we just used tree limbs and cane, and that was fine. Since we have been in pits, we have mostly used rice stubble or different marsh grasses, depending on the crop that was planted. What do ya'll think is the best all around method of covering a pit in a rice field? Would tree limbs piled on a pit look too out of place?

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Re: Concealment

Postby Rick Hall » Sun Oct 07, 2012 5:34 am

Here's a shot of the 2010 DHC Rambler and my coyote are sitting on the edge of one of our pits concealed with bundles of grass:

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