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I’ve always hunted out of layout blinds. Now I have two young daughters that want to go, so although I’ve never tried an a frame, I’ve heard good things and it is definitely more comfortable….built it in the drive way first. Really glad I did. Super easy after you do it once. Got it all grassed in for a family hunt tomorrow morning….usually the geese don’t let me down here. However the x is about a mile down the rd at another location. Seen a few mallards today. This is the lucky duck brand blind.
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I’ve always hunted out of layout blinds. Now I have two young daughters that want to go, so although I’ve never tried an a frame, I’ve heard good things and it is definitely more comfortable….built it in the drive way first. Really glad I did. Super easy after you do it once. Got it all grassed in for a family hunt tomorrow morning….usually the geese don’t let me down here. However the x is about a mile down the rd at another location. Seen a few mallards today. This is the lucky duck brand blind.Can the blind be fitted for a boat? Nice set up.
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I don’t care if I ever use my layout blind again. I love my A-Frame!


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