refuge blind cover question

Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by norcalfowler, Sep 23, 2017.

  1. 91turbotsi

    91turbotsi Senior Refuge Member

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    Fast strike blinds
    You're welcome
     
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  2. RefugeHunter

    RefugeHunter Elite Refuge Member

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  3. MAKAIRA

    MAKAIRA Elite Refuge Member

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    Just curious about height adjustments?
     
  4. norcalfowler

    norcalfowler Senior Refuge Member

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    I really like the idea of those fast strike blinds!
     
  5. pumpgunner

    pumpgunner Elite Refuge Member

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    Thin plywood
    Drill
    Conduit if needed.
    Bulk stretch cord order from amazon.

    I like it
     
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  6. James707

    James707 Senior Refuge Member

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    I've been thinking the same thing. Be great for assigned ponds and free roam, but not necessarily good for the bald island pit blinds
     
  7. CA Birdman

    CA Birdman Elite Refuge Member

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    Buy ez fab from Aero outdoors, zip tie or stretch cord on grass, can bend it etc and lightweight. I made a couple panels for when rice fields with out blinds are flooded and hunting from check.
     
  8. Gene

    Gene New Member

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    I'm forced to now shoot only the handicap blinds now but Mendota has some nice ones made by a local hunting club. Before that they were built by the Boy Scouts. They have rolling roofs and sliding fronts. The roofs get in the way, you can't see out the back. Great blinds, good locations. Pond bottoms not Maintained! Walking and standing is why I have to hunt them. Bring your own chairs.
    There was no migration for us last season do this season I'm deep sea fishing, the other guys can have my ducks this year.
     

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