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Re: Hay bale deer blind.

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07-01-2013 19:23:57

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I place 4 or more bales in a circle with an open center and an opening to slide in. I've killed a lot of deer that way over the years from them. The deer get used to them and most sound is absorbed by the hay, plus they're the best gun rest you can get.

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07-01-2013 19:31:29

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 Re: Hay bale deer blind. in reply to donjr, 07-01-2013 19:23:57  
That might work. I am going to go up five bales high (70 inches) as a platform and then make the "enclosure". I am thinking 10 bales per layer?

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07-01-2013 21:03:34

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 Re: Hay bale deer blind. in reply to GordoSD, 07-01-2013 19:31:29  
I might be able to get four high in a pinch, but I used a raised blind that was three high last year and the biggest problem was tha it was a PITA to get in and out of. The circular blinds that I make I usually put on a knoll or higher spot, and just put an old bucket in for a seat. Never had a problem with snakes, but had a fox hop up one time. Guess it made it easy for him to spot mice. Scared the crap outta him when he saw me...

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07-02-2013 11:05:43

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 Re: Hay bale deer blind. in reply to donjr, 07-01-2013 21:03:34  
I place a sheet of plywood on for a roof, and then put a couple bales on it to keep it there.

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