I'm planning to purchase a layout blind to goose hunt out of this fall. My F-150 SuperCrew (4-door) truck doesn't have a lot of room in the bed (all 1/2 ton S.C.'s bed's are actually shorter than a traditional short-bed) especially when you add 100+ goose dekes! My buddy's going to build me a trailer which will be used to transport my 4-wheeler and then once at the field will be pulled by my 4-wheeler to the spot in the field to hunt. Trailer will resemble a "golf cart" trailer which needs to be as light weight as possible so that I can pull it out in muddy winter wheat fields to drop off dekes, layouts, gear, etc. Ideally, the trailer would be capable of hauling my Honda 300 and 2 (maybe even 3 or 4) layouts to the field. I prefer to transport my goose dekes in the bed of my truck, but once "on location" I want to be able to only make one trip out in the field to minimize the impact to the field (and also I'M LAZY). I haven't decided what layout to buy (Final Approach, Avery, or Shelter Pro) --- plan on trying 'em out at KC Cabela's in August. Does anyone utilize a trailer for the same thing? If so, what's it look like, dimensions, etc...... How do ya'll transport 3 or more layouts plus dekes, gear, and mutt?