My boat should be in in about a week and I will try to post pics of the blind that I make. What I am considering, dont know if it will work yet though, is taking a piece of either conduit or aluminum pipe and bending it to match the groove in the decoy slots, so that it will set down inside of the groove. I will extend my blind 2 or 3 feet in height so that I will be able to lean back and be concealed behind the camo material added to the blind. I may go a step further and create a complete enclosure and add flaps to release to allow me to shoot. Like I said, I dont know if this is going to work because I have only seen pictures of the boat, but we will come up with something.
Also, do you happen to know if the rear compartment on the Stealth 1200 is large enough to hold a battery for a trolling motor? I am hoping that it is because some of the places that I hunt are large private lakes and I don't want to have to paddle a half a mile or more trying to get set up.