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Monday, December 27, 2010

Huge Duck Blind

I came across these photos a few months ago and thought I should share them with everyone.  Enjoy





This is 3 stories of water fowl hunter paradise

1st level hides 4 boats underneath and has room for 2 hunters and 2 dog doors.

2nd level has a full kitchen with fridge, 2 stoves, electricity for lights, living room with 2 couches and satellite TV, theater seats around the "porch of the blind" to shoot - 14 guys comfortably, side porch has a running toilet, stainless steel grill for cooking whole rib eyes for lunch. All the mojos and mallard machines are hard wired to car batteries.

3rd level is the "crows nest" with room for 3. It's about 25' up in the trees and most of the time you are cutting down on the ducks

It doesn't really seem too much like hunting to me, it sounds more like a vacation home.

Ben G.

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5 comments:

Karen Thomason/Gordon Setter Crossing said...

If I was waterfowl, that would scare the duck out of me!

Ben G. said...

LOL

Passinthru Outdoors said...

some people have way too much time on their hands, but with that said I'd enjoy a few sits in there.

Thanks for sharing.

Swamp Thing said...

Dude, what the hell. Whatever part of Arkansas/Kentucky/Kansas that is, it's a testament to how many ducks they must truly have, because on the east coast, there is a ZERO percent chance you could build a contraption like that and hope to have birds land within the same zipcode.

Pretty funny!

The Downeast Duck Hunter said...

I'm pretty sure I'm going to get started on building my own sea duck hunting fortress... that's pretty awesome, thanks for sharing.

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