duck blind


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duck blind

n.
A shelter, often camouflaged with reeds and grasses, for concealing duck hunters.
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Best duck hunting buddy, John Caldwell, and I had spent more than a few mornings in the duck blind in the early part of the 2016 season.
Unfortunately, that style of hunting isn't going to cut it when you return to the duck blind.
You really appreciate the camaraderie of a duck blind after all those hours alone in a tree.
With many of Delawares hunting seasons already open or opening soon, plan on pointing your camera afield in the months ahead and perhaps catching a hunter in a duck blind or deer stand or otherwise pursuing their favorite game animal or bird.
Fabarm has brought the quality and ingenuity of its upland and trap over/unders to the duck blind with this easy-running auto-loader.
Bow and stern casting decks give two anglers a stable platform to fish from and the camo finish allows the boat to double as a duck blind.
There is absolutely NO crying in the duck blind," were the only words of sympathy I heard.
the duck blind, practicing calls with my father as the world came to light.
A-5 is available in wood (Hunter model), synthetic (Stalker model) and Mossy Oak Duck Blind and Infinity with Dura-Touch Armor Coating.
My memories are still there, of traipsing over peat bogs in northern Minnesota for grouse, sitting in a duck blind on the edge of a slough, warm autumn sun on our backs, eating a Colby cheese on Wonderbread sandwich and drinking black coffee out of an old Thermos.
During a routine foot patrol along a marshy area in East Hampton, ECO Liza Bobseine discovered a large amount of corn scattered along the shoreline and in the water near a hunter's duck blind.