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Ghost Blind

Discussion in 'The Hunting & Fishing Forum' started by questor, Dec 4, 2009.

  1. questor

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  2. carver

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    I saw one of the first modles used on TV a while back, but it was a square blind. This thing would really work! The price isn't to bad either, starting at $189, and $289. A ground blind is what I usually use anyway, and I just might have me one of these for next season.
  3. mncarpenter

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    Mylar blinds been around for a long time, pretty effective for field hunting. you could buy some Mylar sheet material and make your own. Water blinds tend to shoot reflections and flare birds, if you're a duck hunter.
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    i could see a big buck in the rut seeing himself and charging that thing.
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    :)
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    :D A new sport!
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    I thought about building my own, and the thought occured to me that a buck might see himself in the thing and charge it! After I went back and looked at the way these things are designed I discovered that they tilt out at the top. Because of this little addition what you see is the ground right in front of the blind. You, or a deer, would have to be right up to the blind to see yourself in it. In one of the videos the guys wife was fixing her hair by using the reflective surface of the blind, and she was in front of it squatted down.
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