Recent trends of HUGE blind bags

Discussion in 'The Duck Hunters Forum' started by MDcanvasback, Jan 30, 2019.

  1. Cocklebur

    Cocklebur Senior Refuge Member

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    Guys love their crap, can’t kill ducks without it.

    Extra jumbo blind bags are the norm.

    All you need is shells, gun, and some waders. Why do people have to over complicate things.
     
  2. stephen brown

    stephen brown Senior Refuge Member

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    If it fits in the boat and I don't have to haul it, I don't care.
     
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  3. duck dawg

    duck dawg Senior Refuge Member

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    How do you keep your sandwich warm now?
     
  4. Steelshot Scott

    Steelshot Scott Senior Refuge Member

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    I have Pizza Hut deliver.
     
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  5. Steelshot Scott

    Steelshot Scott Senior Refuge Member

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    I am able to call Pizza Hut because I have my cell phone in my huge blind bag.
     
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  6. Small Bore Hunter

    Small Bore Hunter New Member

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    Yes everyone wants to go big. I feel odd I want to go small. Use Nano Sling bag for guided hunts and small leather bag for boat or our pit. I am starting shooting a 28 auto this year at ducks. Started with 28 ten years ago on upland.
     
  7. Rangerbob

    Rangerbob Senior Refuge Member

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    It's called the "Duck Dynasty Syndrome"
     
  8. Dek

    Dek Elite Refuge Member

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    Also in my bag-sunglasses, small led light, game strap, candy bar, calls, diaper wipes:), knitted hat, facemask, skeeter juice early in the season, my lunch, water bottle, a few snacks for Princess Ruby, sometimes a jacket or rain shell. Last but not least, a pen and paper. You can't believe how many sales I have made while duck hunting, kinda comical actually. Sound like a lot? Not really. Hardly weighs anything and I bought the perfect waterproof backpack off of Camofire. Exactly what I wanted and 1/2 of what Cabelas sells the exact same pack for. Now all that being said, growing up Dad and I had a sandwich and shells stuffed in our jackets, maybe some old 6-12 bug juice, nothing else.
     
  9. Sault Ste. Marie

    Sault Ste. Marie Elite Refuge Member

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    I'm on the same page. Sometimes I purposely pour a cup of coffee or take a leak in hopes that a duck might just try to sneak by.:z:D
     
  10. Sault Ste. Marie

    Sault Ste. Marie Elite Refuge Member

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    I'll play show and tell. Here' my blind bag. It is great. Lots of pockets and storage space inside and outside. Stores all I could ever need and then some. No longer made. Too bad. Bought from STP back in '06 on clearance for $35.
    PS It doesn't look quite this pristine anymore.
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