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CanadaSlammer69 01-21-2007 09:05 PM

layout blinds
 
im looking to buy a layout blind for field goose hunting. i was either going to go with the avery power hunter or a goose view. anyone have any experience with these or other layout blinds that would be helpful?

duramaxnay6 01-22-2007 08:20 AM

RE: layout blinds
 
We have the Finisher flag dens. They are comfortable and relatively easy to set up. I want to get a neoprene tub for it so I can use it is shallow water for ducks.

dkhunter8383 01-23-2007 11:38 AM

RE: layout blinds
 
I have had a lot of experience with the Gooseview layout blinds and would highly recommend them, they are comfortable and you can back pack it out to your spot

MB.prostaff.bgcalls 01-23-2007 01:43 PM

RE: layout blinds
 
I run final approach blinds and power hunters. I love the power hunters just because they are compact and easy to transport. They both work awesome in the field, my person prefrence though, has to be the avery! I sometimes,( when i have time and with the land owners permission) dig my powerhunters in the ground, like a pit when the birds ar really weary.

Allseasonhunter7 01-23-2007 02:46 PM

RE: layout blinds
 
i recommend one of cabelas blinds... there also on sale

canis_lupus 01-23-2007 03:55 PM

RE: layout blinds
 
i bought a "ground force" by greenhead gear .... have yet see a blind set-up and break down as quick as this blind (as compact) .... weighs only 17 lbs ... and has packstraps and plenty of brush pockets .... after i bought mine my cousin took his eliminator pro-guide back and bought himself one .... takes a bit gettin used to usin em and being restricted to the small area inside (was huntin with quite a bit of clothing on in very low temps) but once ya get used to it yawill bevery comfortable in em im sure .... i know i fell asleep a couple times .... lol .... had flocks of birds fly very low and right over us and many land within 15' of us on a short huntin trip .... well worth the money .... here is a pic with a few birds and our 2 blinds brushed up http://s74.photobucket.com/albums/i245/morel_2006/?action=view&current=mushrooms042.jpg

young ducker 01-26-2007 06:36 PM

RE: layout blinds
 
have a goose veiw and like it alot. take afew to minutes to set the doors up on the x-termanature when the birds are a coming[:@].


dkhunter8383 01-27-2007 02:54 PM

RE: layout blinds
 
i have also had that problem with my goose view, but the more you work with it the quicker it gets


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