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I am a 16 year old Minnesotan, and am going to be new to field goose hunting this year. I have to pay for much of my own equipment, and I dont exactly have much money, so I am wondering if any of you guys might know of some cheaper blinds to use for field goose hunting.
 

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You may also want to look into the Avery Power Hunter blind. I am 16 also. They cost 179.99 out of Bass Pro but if you go to www.discountdecoys.com , you can pick one up for 149.99 plus shipping. It may be something to look into. They are very light and portable. I also read that they were comfy and people liked the Flip Top thing on it. Good Luck in whatever you choose.
 

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I just picked up a finisher myself and feel this is one of the best layouts I have sat in. Prior to buying this blind I either looked for long grass to blend in w/ out in fields or would just bring burlap that matched my surroundings. I would recomend saving up and buying a layout. The power hunter seemed nice, but w/ my gander discount I got a finisher at the same price.
 

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I also got the Finisher Blind at Cabela's in Owatonna and it also cost 249.99 with 6.5% ST it came out to be 266.24. Im in the same boat as you im 18 and have to buy all my own hunting equip. Im glad that i got this one my friends have the cheaper Cabela's blind for 169.99 came out to be 180-- something and im glad i got the one that i did. They must be good blinds if the Cabela's in Owatonna sells out weekly on them.
 

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Go with a Final Approach Eliminator. $129.99 in Shadowgrass @ Cabelas. I am 6ft 3in, 170 and I have no problems fitting in it. It's superlight and sets up in seconds.
 

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i'm with deuce, go with the x-terminator by otteroutdoors. It's an awesome blind, build really well and only 200$. Plus the best part is that it's made in USA. I don't understand why some of you waterfowlers in the USA buy so many products that are made over seas by slaves or by crappy craftmenship, thus contributing to many good hard working and willing americans out of work?? Seems like a no brainer to me, keep your own country men and women working over trying to save a couple bucks.
 
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