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I recently got permission to hunt a new corn field, except when I went out for the first time the farmer must have just tilled it. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on how to blind up. I have a layout blind, but feel like it would stick out like a sore thumb in what is mainly a dirt field at this point ( I did see geese in there still). I don't think I would have permission to dig either. Thanks.
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is there some grass or thicker cover on the side of the field? thats where I would set up my blind.
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You don't have to dig a grave to hide a layout. Heck using a heavy garden rake to level the dirt under the blind can often drop the profile by 2 or 3 inches. Mud your blind, stubble lightly to match the tillage, set some decoys, and shoot some birds.
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