Hi guys! My name is Danny and i'm new on this forum. I'm from province of Quebec and i want to know if somebody have idea for building a homemade blind for goose hunting. I'm new in this kind of hunting . I really need your help.
all you gotta do is get yourself a an old blanket and hot glue some grass to it, remember the blanket has to be an earthy tone, not none of this hot pink crap, and get your self a good head cover.
Once that is done that would be the best and cheapest for you.
What you need depends on where your hunting and how late in the season it is. We limited out in an hour yesterday on the resident canadians (5) each. We set the decoys in a harvested soy field and laid in a ditch with out sleds and had the decoys 25 yards from the ditch. We just laid that camo net stuff from walmart over us and covered our faces until they are just about to land in the decoys
Here is your solution. Go to the local appliance store. Get a box from a Dryer or a Firdge (works the best). Get some cheap spray glue or a some of that foam insulation in a spray can. Visit your local feed store and get a bail of hay. If your using the fridge box, cut it at an angle so that you can easily lift it to shoot. The dryer box just cut the one side long wise. Proceed to clue and slap on the hay!!! Your set. Cheap easy and disposable when the season is over. Rain and mud is a problem but for what your spending on materials, it's worth it. Good luck
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