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I am going to get my father a boat blind for father's day/ his birthday and am wondering the advantages and disadvantages of each type/brand. I considered making him one but decided that I would leave that to the professionals, as I also appreciate the convenience of being able to disassemble it in a few minutes. I have looked at Avery's, Cabelas, and Mudbuddy's. Is there any that I am forgetting? Would you recommend A grass blind or one made from Cordura or Gortex? His boat is a tracker 1750 with a center steering console.
Thank you for the advice and replies, all help is appreciated.
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You should try this thread out on the Duck Boats and Boat Blinds Forum.
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Yeah, users that brows the duck boat forum, will most likely be more help
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i'll move it there for you so it'll get a little better exposure. hth!
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