Tangle Free Panel Blind

Discussion in 'Boats, Blinds, & Gadgets Forum' started by don835, Jan 20, 2018.

  1. Quack_killz

    Quack_killz New Member

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    I only have purchased 1 blind (3 panels) and have only hunted behind it... Had not tried to make a full enclosure yet, However I find I can conceal this blind in about any setting possible (max5) canvas.. I always cut natural foliage and brush accordingly... The support poles I have found to be a hassle, And use a rope to tie to a tree or something behind me to help with crosswinds. However great tool wish I’ve had it 10 years ago
     
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  2. shirtguy

    shirtguy Elite Refuge Member

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    Redneck is as a Avian. I either pull it out of trailer fully setup or can put in my burb in a couple of pieces. Takes about 15 minutes to set up.
     
  3. don835

    don835 Elite Refuge Member

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    After thinking about portability I opted for the Tanglefree Panel Blind. Bought 2 and a pair of supports. Waiting on a set of flip tops in Max 5. I got the blinds yesterday and assembled both in just under an hour. These blinds are a Quality product. Everything fit like a glove and assy. was easy. Can't wait to use them.
     
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  4. JP

    JP Elite Refuge Member

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    What do beaver/muskrat lodges, clumps of grass, stands of saplings, thickets of brush, piles of logs/debris on a sandbar, etc. all have in common?
     
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  5. DMallard

    DMallard Senior Refuge Member

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    They can all be mimicked with a DIY build that doesn't cost $300+??

    :nutz:dv
     
  6. JP

    JP Elite Refuge Member

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    Nope, none contain right angles in their profile.
     
  7. negooseman

    negooseman Elite Refuge Member

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    And neither do any properly concealed blinds.
     
  8. Long Shot

    Long Shot Senior Refuge Member

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    When we first started goose hunting a lot we built blinds with a roll of snow fence & 5 t-posts. We killed an awful lot of geese out of those blinds, even though they stuck out like a sore thumb. Now with layout blinds that are well brushed with
    corn stalks & a much lower profile, I see birds flare a lot more. The difference in my opinion is the amount of pressure the birds receive today.
    I guess what I am trying to say is it depends on the birds & how much they have been hunted as to how well a blind will work.
     
  9. swampstomper

    swampstomper Refuge Member

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    Midway USA has the panel blinds on sale for $ 212.00 each. Only 20 left, I just bought 2.
     
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  10. Chris Daniels

    Chris Daniels Refuge Member

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    Bought my panel blind on TF's sale at the end of last year, Can't wait to put it to work this year.
     

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