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I have a 13' square back canoe looken for a cheap way to put a blind on it.
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Go to an Army surplus and buy a camo net. Then attach a little raffia grass and use some natural stuff wherever you are. A canoe can't be too difficult to hide.
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A canoe is not the platform to put a blind on for stability reasons. Get some fast grass so you can cover it when you get to your spot.
Botiz630 wrote:How much does an apostrophe cost down south? Must be quite a bit, based on how sparingly you use them.
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buy a sheet of dow foam as thick as you can get it[glue up some layers to 6'' or 8''] cover it with surfboard type 2 part epoxy and ''glass'' for strength bolt the pontoons onto each side for stability without adding much weight ,then bore a 1 '' hole every couple feet for black plastic water pipe frame for netting ,again strong without a lot of weight. But shoot by the time you go through all that trouble you could get a little john boat finished. Just thinking about a canoe as a shooting platform.
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