legband wrote:The only layout blind i use is a powerhunter its low profile and has a cover that comes down over your head. It totally conseals you. Alot of the other blinds cover your body but your head will stick out so when the birds come over head the guys will move their heads like bobble heads looking to see where the birds are and give themselves away. Not sure if that was your problem or not but ive seen that happen MANY times,and i know for a fact thats y they would flare. Sometimes if its sunny the plastic decoys will shine also some brands more so than others. One thing i do to help that problem is i get a can of flat brown krylon spray paint and hold the can far enough away from the decoy that it doesnt change the color but it lightly mists the decoy so they dont shine. I do that with goose decoys duck decoys etc. I would recommend misting your layout blind as well with the krylon the materail most of them are made of has a natural shiny finish.
berettaguy17 wrote:yeah next time stay in the standing stalks and make sure the blinds go with the rows
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