Layout blinds

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What are the best layout blinds available, looking for something that isn’t gonna stick out too much
 

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Lots of good ones,just get one that is big enough for you.
 

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I got my eye on the Delta blind. Different concept from other blinds in that you lay in a low zero gravity style chair rather than on the ground. No bottom to the blind and the wings are just pulled or staked in wind out the sides. .Havent hunted out of them but look very interesting to me. A lot of guys who own them rave about them.
 

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Honestly, what gear are you using that is truly “Worth it” at today’s prices? Good decoys have always been expensive, but today’s prices for stuff made in China is nuts.

While the number of waterfowl hunters has declined, the number of companies selling gear have increased because it is so profitable.

I got my eye on the Delta blind. Different concept from other blinds in that you lay in a low zero gravity style chair rather than on the ground. No bottom to the blind and the wings are just pulled or staked in wind out the sides. .Havent hunted out of them but look very interesting to me. A lot of guys who own them rave about them.

I have one , comfortable as hell , only thing I dont like about it is trying fold it back up when its stubbled to hell. Alot of times I dont stake out or stubble the "wings" I just get inbetween or next to my buddies and pile on the stalks.
 

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Depending on temps we try to run backboards and then use camo systems 3D netting pulled over us. Works great in turned beans or pastures.
 

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I bought a Tanglefree Landing Zone this year; Cabela's had a sale on them plus the buddy blind for your dog right after Christmas, I couldn't pass it up. It's very low profile, and once it's brushed in it flat out disappears. It's got enough room for me and my gear, I'm 5'11" and 200lbs...

Now, the buddy blind that came with it? It's really small. Both my Labs are 70 lbs; my CLF is 100% certain there's a killer clown in there and refuses to get in it. My BLM, also 70 lbs, thinks its awesome, and can fit in it. Unfortunately, he's a better pheasant hunter than waterfowler...so we're going to work on getting Sophie comfortable in there
 

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I have the Tanglefree Landing zone and really like it, the sale is great. I bought mine 2 years ago for 230.00 but they were on sale for 144.00 ! My brother in law and Son in Law have the Dead Zone, even bigger. Tanglefree website has some great sale's on it.
 

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Groundforce is what I really like. Once I get skinnier I will be hunting out of an xlandr
 

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