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Avery Boat Blind

Postby Tri-Statehunter » Tue May 06, 2014 12:08 pm

Has anyone used or heard much about Avery Quick set boat blinds?
https://www.averyoutdoors.com/quick-set-blind-frame
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby GoosinNoVa » Thu May 08, 2014 3:18 pm

Love mine, sets up in seconds. Will be on its 4th season and still looks and operates new.
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby WSUWESTON » Thu May 08, 2014 9:22 pm

I looked at one at cabelas. It looked ok, but the top rails were not very sturdy and wobbled a lot. You can build a very similar one for a lot less.
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby Tri-Statehunter » Fri May 09, 2014 9:49 am

WSUWESTON wrote:I looked at one at cabelas. It looked ok, but the top rails were not very sturdy and wobbled a lot. You can build a very similar one for a lot less.


I have looked for plans to do something on my own but haven't found anything great, do you have any suggestions?
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby PAwaterfowldominator » Mon May 12, 2014 11:24 pm

Beavertail.
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby Tri-Statehunter » Tue May 13, 2014 7:46 am

PAwaterfowldominator wrote:Beavertail.


How long have you had a Beavertail? How many people do you usually have hunting with you?

is this the one you have https://beavertail.onlineofficesystem.c ... ?prodID=96
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby kcwellington » Tue May 13, 2014 8:58 am

If you get the Avery, spend the extra $$ and buy the wind block. I dont have one but I hunt with a friend that does. He didnt buy the wind block and we paid for it one day. Since then, he has added it and it made a big difference. I built my own out of 3/4" EMT tubing. Google duck boat blinds and pull up "images". There are alot of pictures of homemade blinds to get ideas from. They are really pretty simple to make and alot cheaper.
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby PAwaterfowldominator » Sun May 18, 2014 3:37 am

Tri-Statehunter wrote:
PAwaterfowldominator wrote:Beavertail.


How long have you had a Beavertail? How many people do you usually have hunting with you?

is this the one you have https://beavertail.onlineofficesystem.c ... ?prodID=96


Yes thats it. I've had Avery and Cabelas Northern Flight. The Avery was junk (as all Avery products tend to be) and I just didn't like the northern flight. Do it right the first time, get a Beavertail.
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby B.E.Nelli » Sun May 18, 2014 4:02 am

I am about to put the mudbuddy quick flip on mine. Does anyone use this one?
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby MNGunner » Sun May 18, 2014 7:34 am

I ordered one and it just in no way would fit my boat, so I returned it and built my own. It was very well built and I liked the overall design, but just a no go on my mud boat
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby Dbishop311 » Sat May 24, 2014 8:26 am

PAwaterfowldominator wrote:Beavertail.


Agreed. I have both an BT and an Avery on diff boats and the Beavertail is much easier/quicker than an Avery. Less parts to break and so on. Go with a Beavertail.
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby kcwellington » Wed Jun 04, 2014 9:00 am

buy the wind block
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby marsh water » Tue Jun 17, 2014 1:42 pm

I was thinking of getting a avery but ran across a guy selling a beavertail for my 16' boat for 300. I got it for a little less and love it. I've hunted in the rain and snow and pretty heavy winds and it has yet to disappoint me. No rain except in the gunning holes and with a little propane heater it stays warm. I usually hunt with one other guy and a dog. It has a dog door also. and is quick, just flip it over and its ready to go. easy to brush and install. wouldnt trade mine.
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby Yuchi1 » Tue Jun 17, 2014 1:55 pm

PAwaterfowldominator wrote:Beavertail.


This ^^^

Got mine in 2000 after hunting out of an Avery in a buddy's boat. Avery looks like a blind (big box) while the BT has a rounded profile (as most all things in nature) and with mallards landing within 20 yards of it, the birds apparently tend to agree.
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby WSUWESTON » Tue Jun 17, 2014 9:48 pm

Do you need to stand up to shoot out of the beaver tail blind?
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Re: Avery Boat Blind

Postby WIgunner30 » Sat Jun 21, 2014 11:05 pm

Cabelas northern flight blind is what I got. I think its kinda along the same lines as the avery. If and when I get a new blind I will be going with a beavertail for sure. I did see a guy hunting with a beavertail and did not mud or grass the blind. From a ways away the blind camo material kinda shined and stood out.
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