Doublebull surround view ground blind

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by wildcat westerner, Sep 16, 2018.

  1. wildcat westerner

    wildcat westerner Well-Known Member

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    hello,
    I plan to be hunting on a Mesa in NM with dense cover,comparedtothe desert floor,and a permanent water hole. Trees are juniper, which means large shrubs. I will need a ground blind and it willneed to be secured strongly, because of the winds here above 6,000 feet. the double bull 270 degree surround view was strongly recommended to me.
    I am hoping to hear from experiencedhunters who have used this blind. I am especially concerned as to how strong any mounting tabs may be so the blind is held absolutely still, no matter how bad the winds may be.

    Thank you in advance

    Wildcatwesterner
     
  2. Rick Richard

    Rick Richard Well-Known Member

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    Curious, but where in NM? I am headed out there in a couple of weeks near Ramah. The bull in my avatar was killed there 3 years ago.
     
  3. wildcat westerner

    wildcat westerner Well-Known Member

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    NE New Mexico, near Tremintina, virtually no public land nearth ranch I will be hunting

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  4. Peddler 76

    Peddler 76 Well-Known Member

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    They are new this year, I have a 180* that will be mounted on a plywood platform and will reside stuck back in a hedgerow here in Jefferson County in upstate NY. Early muzzleloader opens October 10th.
     
  5. Peddler 76

    Peddler 76 Well-Known Member

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    When it rains you can’t see out, you have to open the windows. Hasn’t snowed yet but I guess it will be the same.
     
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