A-frame or layouts?

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  1. Jethro48

    Jethro48 Refuge Member

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    We already have 2 A frames that's what out plan was to hope to be able to use! I've seen guys use black rubber mats to keep it from being a muddy mess in the blinds.
     
  2. Jethro48

    Jethro48 Refuge Member

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    We've already got 2 Avian a frames but I bought some cattle panel with that being in the works
     
  3. marshmob

    marshmob Elite Refuge Member

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    A frames is the way to go. Only time we use a layout or backboard is spring snows.
     
  4. duckmann

    duckmann Elite Refuge Member

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    Hunted in Manitoba with an outfitter a few years ago. He hunted out of layouts only. Hated every minute of it. I don't buy that you can't kill the same birds out of well brushed A frames any more than I buy that you gave to shoot Hevi-shot out of a Benelli to kill birds. If you're brushed well and can sit still you can kill birds.
     
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  5. Jethro48

    Jethro48 Refuge Member

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    My thoughts exactly. I typically shoot whatever is cheap and put of my Beretta !Lol
     
  6. Ratboy

    Ratboy Senior Refuge Member

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    We always talk about simulating a rock pile. No plans drawn up yet. Same concept as an A-frame.
     

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