Slack Tide wrote:Hi all,
The season's over, the blind went well, but the doors stick and we need a new plan.
I know there's a 1000 ways to do it and I need some pics of what you guys have.
Tracks, bungees, flip tops, whatever...let's see it.
I can tell you that everyone wants a view, so closed door options with one man as a spotter is not what we want.
bnc04 wrote:I built covers for each hole out of 3/4" PVC in a square that is about 3 inches longer/wider than the hole. Also made a bar going across the middle for rigidity and an handle to use to toss the lid. Make sure they can still fit in the hole in the pit for storage between hunts. They are painted and are covered in a camo burlap and then corn stalks, grass or whatever cover from the field is zip tied and doctored up a bit before each hunt. I've found that these work well and any person can easily toss them when the shot is called. It allows the ability to view through the burlap and keeps you pretty well concealed.
Slack Tide wrote:Rain?
2shotlimit wrote:Slack Tide wrote:Rain?
Yeah, +1 here..that is why we made ours out of plywood for the lid and sealed it to waterproof it...its bad enough having the lid raised a bit to be able to see when the rain is really pouring..i cant imaging open top
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