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Photo Of Wade sitting on the lid


Wade is standing on the platform

   
 

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Photo of a hunter down in the blind

The blind that is pictured here was built in 1971. It is situated in open water that is approximately 15 feet deep. These photos were taken in 1976 just before duck season. 

This blind is still being hunted today, and as of March 2005, it has never been out of the water.  34 years it has floated through storms, high winds, etc.

   
 


A hunter standing on the edge


Photo taken of decoys while in the blind

   
 

 

 


Shows a hunter standing on the blind which is surrounded by decoys

   
   

These type of tank blinds allow 360 degrees of shooting, are comfortable, extremely safe, and require very little to no upkeep. 

They are low profile so ducks come in close. They can be moved and relocated quickly by boat or as we did with this blind, mount a 9.8 outboard directly to it and motor it into place. 


End view shows the boat run on the back

   
  

                                        
To view a larger photo just click on the above pictures. As you can see, these types of floating blinds are very stable as demonstrated by the hunter standing on the edge to relieve himself.  The blind is designed for 3-men and a dog.

The Photos Above are of our first blind that we built on Lake Bistineau
The Photos Below are of our fifth blind that is on Toledo Bend

   
  

                                           

End View
Shows Boat
Run

 

Shows the tank with the lid up

 

Another view of the tank with the lid up

 

Closer view of the boat entry end

 

View from the front  in rough water

  
  

Even though the tank itself is what floats the blind thus giving the hunter some concealment below the water level, they are perfectly legal and are not considered to be a "sink-box". A sink-box conceals all of the hunter and most of the blind below the water level.

   
  

Barrel Blind Photos

   

 

Just Built A New Blind
For Photos "Click" Here

To See Plans for a tank blind
and plans for a "barrel" blind
Click Here