Trent_Rivers wrote:In my opinion the ones that look the best are built into the small rice levees that curve and bend through the fields. The only problem with putting it backed up to the timber is you automatically eliminate the blinds versatility by cutting off that wind direction. However, if the one in the middle is flaring duck and you have no small rice levees then your location could produce.
Thanks for the input. Yes there is a levee I can put in the field. I was just wondering if it wouldn't be easier hiding the pit in a dry levee just in from of flooded field. I have never hunted in a rice field been timber or on river. So this is a new world for me. I didn't know if ducks like to hug tree line out while checking a field at. Or did they avoid tree line and stay out in field.
I will seek farmers input as to where he would like blind to be put. The blind that's there now is own our land but actually belongs to neighbor He may leave it or want it. It may or may not be large enough to suit what I want. I own a sheet metal shop so I can custom make what ever I need.
Thanks for the help again.