Phase 2 of homemade A frame

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  1. William Ball

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    IMG_2421.JPG IMG_2422.JPG IMG_2424.JPG Got the cloth put on tonight. Just a little brushing and wille ready
     
  2. William Ball

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    Did you put grassing loops on your material. They do make grassing a lot easier.
     
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    Dang nice! Wish I could field hunt ducks some time.
     
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    The material was die cut. It has open holes in it. Im hoping it will be easy to zip tie Thur holes to hog paneling behind it. Will see. Lol
     
  8. William Ball

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    Well be using it mainly to farm pond hop. I can't stand a lay out blind.
     
  9. duckbuster5901

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    I use wally world 24" camo bungee cords to hold my grass bundles to cattle panels. Actually they go thru fast grass panels to and hook to wire. Stays portable that way and they,re relatively cheap. They held bundles on upright thru all last winter when blind was deployed and will be used again soon when blind is set in place.
     
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