AVIAN -X- A FRAME BLIND.

Discussion in 'Boats, Blinds, & Gadgets Forum' started by gary s., Dec 3, 2017.

  1. gary s.

    gary s. Elite Refuge Member

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    THINKING OF BUYING ONE. IF YOU HAVE EVER HUNTED OUT OF ONE, WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS + AND - . ANY INFO WILL HELP.
     
  2. marshmob

    marshmob Senior Refuge Member

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    Just started with one this year. A lot more comfortable than a layout. Used switch grass to brush it up since we have slot of waterways. Try to set it in those areas if possible but honestly it can go anywhere in a field. Buddy also has one and we can set two side by side and look even better. No problem with geese finishing at our feet. Actually seems a lot more natural than layouts since their so use to those
     
  3. brentbullets

    brentbullets Elite Refuge Member

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    Sent you a PM
     
  4. buck_master_2001

    buck_master_2001 Elite Refuge Member

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    I’ve hunted out of one and also a panel blind. The panel blind is far more user friendly, cheaper and more versatile. Just something to think about.
     
  5. Montauker

    Montauker Elite Refuge Member

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    Pro:
    Easy to use
    Hides people well

    Con:
    Takes a lot more brush/raffia than layouts
    Only holds 3 people comfortably, 4 is a stretch.

    Like most things if you commit to using it regularly I think it sets easy and hides well. I only use mine once or twice a season so I'm not totally used to it.
     

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