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Just picked up a used 20' War Eagle and looking to have a blind built on it after duck season. Looking for aluminum construction. I live in south central Illinois, will travel for quality and price.
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If you want a permanent blind check out phowler boat company, se-marine, and alumilite boat blinds. It will be expensive. I took these ideas, bought the material for the frame and took it over to a local welder. Saved me a lot of money and then I just put the aluminum skin on myself and painted it up. Took me all freaking summer here and their working on it but it saved me lots of dough and I added on all my little features. If I had the money , I would probably let someone else build it.
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May call shuebrothers in marion they are a machine shop. They build a guy I knows to his spec all welded aluminum and lucabond. Real good job.
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AAD boats in Bartonville can probably build you anything you need.
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pop-up boat blinds are made to fit
Just read it .
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I would definitely be interested in building you one. I just finished up building one for my 18x60 war eagle. If you would like to bounce some ideas back and forth email me at email@example.com
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I second AAD. They are currently building me a boat, and they have been great through the whole process. They will customize it however you want it.
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- Location: Morton, IL
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