Duck hunting blinds for boats - Kennel shade cover.
Duck Hunting Blinds For Boats
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duck hunting blinds for boats - Avery RealGrass
Avery RealGrass Hunting Blind
Avery Real Grass Hunting Blind - this stuff is incredible! This woven grass mat material of the Avery RealGrass Hunting Blind is ideal for concealing your boat, pit top and duck blinds. It's even great for hiding your deer stand or making your own ground blind. Each mat is hand woven from palm leaves using Avery's exclusive knotted weave that can be cut without unraveling. Blends perfectly with cattails, cut corn fields, hay and barley fields as well as with native grasses. Each mat is woven 4 feet x 4 feet and the additional loose grass gives an overall height of 5 feet. Features: All natural slow-dried palm leaves Ideal for boats, pit tops and duck blinds Great for deer stands & ground blinds Hand woven knotted weave will not unravel Blends with cattails, corn, barley, grass, etc. Includes 4 mats (Each mat is 4 feet wide x 5 feet tall)
This pile of rocks is almost definitely man-made, although why or how someone would build it is a mystery. It's roughly in the shape of a wall, but it doesn't appear to enclose much of anything. There's no trail leading away into the woods, so I assume someone would have to carry the rocks to this location in a boat and then build the wall. I wondered if it might be a hunting blind for ducks and the like, but it seems like a lot of trouble to go to for not a very good location to hunt from.
Long Tailed ducks reported off Harveysburg Rd at Caesar Creek SP. At 31, it may be highest recorded number in Southwest Ohio. Hunters in boats were out preparing blinds along the shore for the hunting season that begins the following day and each time a boat got close, the ducks took flight. A great photo op as they came closer to the point in flight compared to their normal position in the middle of the lake, a 1/2 mile away. Ltdu12104288
duck hunting blinds for boats
The Lightweight Avery Quick-Set blind frame is fully collapsible and has a precision fit fluted aluminum tubing for the strongest and lightest frame possible. With a slide-adjust, the Avery blind frame comes in two lengths: 14 to 16 feet long with maximum beam width of 68 inches and 17 to 19 feet long with maximum beam width of 84 inches. Avery Quick Set Blind Setup Instructional Demo Videos Click any of the video links on the left, then click Play to access the Quick Set Blind Setup demos AC_FL_RunContent( 'codebase','http://download.macromedia.com/pub/shockwave/cabs/flash/swflash.cab#version=9,0,28,0','width','550','height','315','title','Avery Quick Set Blind Setup Instructions Videos','src','http://www.mackspw.com/Images/AveryQuickSetBlindInstructions','quality','high','pluginspage','http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/download/download.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash','movie','http://www.mackspw.com/Images/AveryQuickSetBlindInstructions' ); //end AC code