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Blind for newbies

Postby Take em boys » Mon Oct 07, 2013 10:44 am

Have 2 newbies joining my team this year (girlfriend and her brother). Both have never waterfowl hunted before but are very avid deer elk and turkey hunters for the girl shes small about 5'2 wondering if a youth blind will fit her??? both don't want to drop big bucks on a blind their first year incase they hate it been looking for used but not finding much Im thinking he will have to fork out the few hundo on a blind hes a big guy but hopping she will fit in a youth blind cant find the dimension's on the youth finishers or power hunters


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Re: Blind for newbies

Postby Justin Weber » Mon Oct 07, 2013 5:02 pm

Id reccomend having them sit on the dirt with facepaint on and stubble over them. If they dont like it then they never will. However its your gf so that might fly!
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Re: Blind for newbies

Postby zachk908 » Mon Oct 07, 2013 9:32 pm

:lol: but in all seriousness check rogers out normally you can get into a blind 100-150
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Re: Blind for newbies

Postby Take em boys » Tue Oct 08, 2013 12:49 am

Justin Weber wrote:Id reccomend having them sit on the dirt with facepaint on and stubble over them. If they dont like it then they never will. However its your gf so that might fly!

lol I made a makeshift one last year for her and got the look of uhhh get your ass out of your eliminator and you sit in this lol
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Re: Blind for newbies

Postby clymerfowler » Tue Oct 08, 2013 12:07 pm

i would just say two regular finishers. she will have room to shift around and wont be crowded plus you will have back up blinds.
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Re: Blind for newbies

Postby dsm16428 » Tue Oct 08, 2013 2:53 pm

Rogers goosebuster LP and the LP XL or check Dunns. They have the Tanglefree LZ and DZ for pretty cheap with free shipping. Cabelas just had the DZ with a snow cover for $179...
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Re: Blind for newbies

Postby ARduckboy24 » Wed Oct 23, 2013 9:51 pm

I'm near If not 5'6 and can still weasel down into a youth blind and be comfortable and shoot well enough to kill dove.
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