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I'm sure I've seen these advertised in years past, but can't find them now. I'm thinking about attaching a couple of these to the "flaps" on my layout blind.
They're horizontal silhouette Canada decoys. I'm in hopes they'll add to the "camoflage" of my blind.
Anyone got any thoughts either about the adviseability of the thinking, OR where I can find these.
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I think you might be over-thinking it a little.
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Huntfish12 wrote:I think you might be over-thinking it a little.
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