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  1. Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for zpenter Well-Known Member

    Well guys I'm in the market for a boat blind what are you suggestions on brand looking at the new axe banded blind and the Avery quick set. thanks for all the info don't know anything about either of them
     
  2. factory909 Well-Known Member

    AVERY! I don't have any experience with other brands, but the Avery was easy to install, easy to deploy, and after duck season, undo the 4 clips that attach it to the boat, and hang it up in your garage somewhere. Pricey, but well worth it, wish I wouldn't have sold mine :smack:
     
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  3. blackcorn Well-Known Member

    I have built several and have owned a couple Avery blinds. The Avery ones are good and fairly easy to set up / take down just pricey. On our big boat we built a blind that sets up like the Avery but has one fold over door that goes overhead similar to the Banded blind. My favorite one so far is the Beavertail blind. It is the easiest to set up and hunt from plus it is the easiest to build if you are into saving money. Some people don't like the fact that there is no overhead cover, but if you wear a hat and don't moonpie the ducks when they're on top of you you'll be fine. My current blind is based on the Beavertail blind and I've got about $140 in it. The camo was the most expensive part. If you want some pictures that will help you build your own pm me your email.
     
  4. factory909 Well-Known Member

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    Think you could post up some pics of the frame blackcorn and maybe a rundown of parts? I've seen guys EMT and bimini hardware and they turned out great.
     
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    stumpy waters Account Suspended

    Why would you not want to hunt that fancy blind on the St. Francis??

    We hunt from a boat a lot some years and don't use a blind at all. Even when we get out, I've usually got the boat close enough that anybody that doesn't hunt regularly with us questions if it's "too close".
     
  6. juleo Well-Known Member

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    Avery quick set has been pretty nice. easy to remove after season and doesnt add much weight to the boat.
     
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    silentassassin Well-Known Member

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    Do the doctors have you on anything for that douchebagitis?
     
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    10 sticks of 3/4" emt
    8 nuts and bolts
    4 aluminum blind brackets (these were cut from an old road sign)
    2 long pieces of burlap
    1 CamoSystems 10x20
     
  10. factory909 Well-Known Member

    Looks great, hate to be a nag, but could you post up a closer pic of the bracket? Are the bolts holding the EMT to the bracket? What is holding the bracket to the boat?-
     
  11. stumpy waters Account Suspended

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    Not a thing.
     
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    I have the Avery quickset on my boat, never had any problems with it at all. They are pricey but well worth the money in my opinion. If you take decent care of it they last forever.
     
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  13. blackcorn Well-Known Member

    I don't have any closer pics right now.

    Yes, each end of the emt is between two of the brackets I cut out and has a bolt running through the three pieces holding it together which allows the emt to fold over from side to side.

    The bracket can be attached to the boat several different ways. I ran a piece of emt from one gunnel to the other on the front and back and bolted the bracket to the emt. The emt was folded over the top of the gunnel and a bolt ran through to hold it in place.

    I sold that boat so I will alter the way the blind attaches to my new boat with some c-clamps or something like that.
     
  14. david_hunter_82 Well-Known Member

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    No one should be in market for a boat blind they are are WAY to dangerous to be hunting out of especially with kids ..... Isn't that what the big stink is about
     
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    armallard Well-Known Member

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    No Water out there doesn't matter anyway
     
  16. stumpy waters Account Suspended

    No thanks.

    I was just quite surprised to see you looking for a boat blind. After all your rantings and ravings about the blinds and what a great thing they were and your elaborations on how you'd rather go sit in that blind of yours and not see a duck all day than go somewhere that actually has ducks, and of course it's on private land so yours won't be burned, now you are stepping out in a boat blind.
     
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    factory909 Well-Known Member

    zpenter: If you got the know how and are somewhat mechanically inclined, there are plans for a great looking scissor blind over at the refuge, cost looks minimal and looks professional.
     
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  18. zpenter Well-Known Member

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    Stumpy I never said that I would not be hunting in my blind on the river and yes it is on my private ground. just looking for a good boat blind but I will say im not one to run my mouth but dude you run your mouth more than a dang woman. Lol
     
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