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Avery Finisher Panel Blind

Discussion in 'Boats, Blinds, & Gadgets Forum' started by yogibear, Jul 26, 2018.

  1. yogibear

    yogibear Senior Refuge Member

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    Does anyone have any info on the new Avery Panel Blind? Just curious if anyone has saw one, used one, etc and would like some feedback on it. Thanks
     
  2. wingmatt

    wingmatt Elite Refuge Member

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    Can't find much on it. There's one youtube vid. It looks like it is heavier than the Tanglefree panel blind, but looks well built. Rogers has them on sale for $220.
     
  3. fowlwhacker

    fowlwhacker Elite Refuge Member

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    was looking at some holding blinds for retriever training and came across the avery panel blind. saw a vid on youtube and not much else and came across this old post. have hunted out of home made a frames for years and got to hunt out of a friends tanglefree panel blind this year.

    the tanglefree was okay as a quick and easy hide against a rivers edge but did have a tendency to blow over a couple times on the one day we hunted that was cold and windy.

    I couldn't see any info listed for the avery if it had any optional stakes to hold it down and am curious to hear if they offer any stakes.

    anyone had an opportunity to use one of these yet an if so what did you think of it?
     
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  4. Jawbreaker

    Jawbreaker Senior Refuge Member

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    Hunted out of the avery panel blind several times this year. Seemed well built. Very similar to the tanglefree. It has loops for stakes and I believe it came with stakes, we used it in frozen ground so used some thick steel stakes that could be hammered into the ground. On lighter wind days, stakes were not necessary. The top portion of the middle sections of the panels fold in to reduce the "black hole" down the center of the blind. the end sections do not fold down, which sucked when joining two blinds together. Each blind will hunt 3 comfortably, 4 would be tight.
     

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