mudpack wrote: TROB wrote:
no comments, good or bad?
whatever, I like it
I hunt out of a layout boat (AquaPod) and can tell you that seat will probably not be satisfactory; when you slide down far enough to get hidden, your tailbone will be on the floor of the boat. About 15 minutes of that and your tailbone will be on fire. Take a one-foot square of 2" thick dense foam to put under your butt.
You'll thank me.
Just noticed that this thread is from last year. How'd your project work out??
Its not too bad. Im still a young buck, so can lay on rocks and be comfy
Plus, I usually back it into some brush, so Im not really using it like a typical layout blind. Im going to try some open water tomorrow though, and Ill have to anchor up with zero brush to hide in, so Ill see how it works out.
BDK wrote:how did you attach the grass to the cover ? im doing the same thing for my aquapod but iv used the plastic garden fence cut to shape of boat .
I used braided fishing line (i have a ton of it) because it wont crack like zip ties would in the sun and cold. I also put a drop of "marine goop" on each connection so it wont ever loosen up or come undone. I like the soft materials I used because I think they will hold up to the cold and age better. Im sure the stuff youre using is fine though. I have no proven facts, just theories
Ive only used it once this year. Worked well