Any of you guys out there have any good ideas for blind covers for "Scissor Style" boat blinds? I have the Cabela's Northern Flight boat blind on my boat. Where I hunt, I can't put one of the traditional "tops" like the Avery Quickset on my blind as our shots can come from any direction, even behind us.
Currently I am using the thinnest possible plywood ( sealed, painted, and camoed ) I can find without breaking the plywood (1/4"). the problem, is that they are kind of clunky, and get in the way as we take them off. Ideally I'd like something that is light, permanently attached and will not hinder the blind's ability to fold down at the end of the day.
What are some idea's that you guys have used to address a similar ( or the same ) issue? I was thinking about somehow attaching waterproof canvas directly to the blind, painting it in some sort of camo scheme then throwing some natural camo from the area on top of them. My concern is that the canvas will not be rigid enough to withstand the weight of the camo any water/rain/snow that may fall.
Let me know what you guys think!