How to make a simple duck blind
Follow these simple instructions to make the perfect blind to up hunting success.
|Capt. Steve Himel|
Sean Cady and his dog Winchester wait for some late-season ducks in an open-water blind.
Then cut a bunch of bushes that grow in the area, and stick them up all around the plywood, leaving a small opening on the side or back of the blind, so you can get in. A two-person blind takes at least two boat loads of bushes.
On the morning of your hunt, simply bring a shell bucket to sit on, hide your pirogue in some marsh grass nearby and you are ready to hunt.
Each time you hunt, bring in some fresh bushes for additional cover. This blind can be made in less than an hour, and works very well. You can make several of these blinds in various locations in the same amount of time it would take to build one blind that is more elaborate.
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