Youth in E Idaho

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Youth in E Idaho

Postby Fsbirdhouse » Thu Aug 18, 2016 2:11 pm

Am hoping to get some young hunters out with their dads this Fall.
I hunt from some mobile blinds. These are large enough to stand up in under roof, and were originally designed for adults, but I am almost finished modifying one to accommodate a Junior hunter and adult side by side.
Front on adult side is 4.5 feet tall. Junior side is 3.5 feet tall. Each hunter has 3 feet of elbow room.

I hunt a drive to spot barely 15 feet or less from truck to water.
Of course no one can guarantee birds each trip, but the blinds were not skunked a single time last season.
Most days were heavy bags.

I will always get as many birds as I may want in a season, but I am changing my focus to Junior hunters just learning the ropes, and when possible... Wounded Warriors! Got one his first ever duck last year! My blind modification allows one to easily shoot from a sitting position. My location is wheelchair accessible.

Alright you Idaho guys...shoot me a PM and we'll talk.
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Re: Youth in E Idaho

Postby Fsbirdhouse » Fri Sep 02, 2016 4:42 pm

Finished up grassing three of the blinds.
These greens will fade somewhat from what is seen here.
Jake is ready to take up residence in any of them.
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Re: Youth in E Idaho

Postby Waterfowl Ace » Wed Sep 14, 2016 1:14 pm

Now I get the term 'Cadillac' blind :thumbsup:
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Re: Youth in E Idaho

Postby Fowledout » Sat Sep 24, 2016 6:11 pm

Dang those are some sweet blinds! Did you weave them yourself? I wove about 25 feet worth of camo mat with reeds and cattails and it was hard work!
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Re: Youth in E Idaho

Postby Fsbirdhouse » Mon Sep 26, 2016 9:38 pm

Those are hard framed blinds, but what they are beyond the frame can be found in the Canada goose hunting topic under Avian X blind thread.
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