Tree blinds

Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by JuvieCoot, Oct 24, 2018.

  1. Stealth Man

    Stealth Man Senior Refuge Member

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    ^^ Good point, that's ugly. I've had the misfortune of hunting from a mud island or two. I now bring panels (screens) made from pvc to help with concealment. Unfortunately that's what it has come to. Much prefer free room with old growth tules.
     
  2. RefugeHunter

    RefugeHunter Elite Refuge Member

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    "Be the mud." - Some of my best hunts.

    You must hide in the mind of your quarry.
     
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  3. skinnyspoonie

    skinnyspoonie Elite Refuge Member

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    Cant understand why someone would rather hunt a tank than an above ground blind
     
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  4. Real Green

    Real Green Elite Refuge Member

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    Not sure what it is, but I shoot horrible out of a pit/tank blind.
     
  5. JuvieCoot

    JuvieCoot Elite Refuge Member

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    Me too
     
  6. JuvieCoot

    JuvieCoot Elite Refuge Member

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    Me too
     
  7. API

    API PAF-CA Flyway Moderator Flyway Manager

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    Especially when ya have company in the pit blind.

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  8. callinfowl

    callinfowl Kalifornia Forum

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    Is that the elusive giant garter snake ?
     
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  9. API

    API PAF-CA Flyway Moderator Flyway Manager

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    Fangs and all.
     
  10. Sweatliner

    Sweatliner Elite Refuge Member

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    That’s a beautiful pond!!! Hard to tell from the pic but looks like a watergrass field. If so why the little patches? Why not bigger swaths? Maybe it’s a huge field with lots of food and that’s the only opened up area. Looks like a lot of food by the swales. Not being negative just curious. If you need help shooing away ducks let me know. Haha
     
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