elevated deer blinds

11/26/14 @ 1:38 PM
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Lund forever
Lund forever
USER since 1/21/08
Post pictures here of your elevated deer blind. Most interested in home made types. Lund
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11/30/14 @ 10:53 AM
Pike River Outfitters
Pike River Outfitters
MEMBER since 5/3/08
Banks Stump Blind

Edited on 11/30/14 10:55 AM
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11/29/14 @ 9:45 PM
GEO1BIGFISH
GEO1BIGFISH
USER since 4/2/03
here are a couple we have built over the years

Edited on 11/29/14 9:48 PM
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11/26/14 @ 7:18 PM
sloshkosh
sloshkosh
USER since 3/30/04
I brushed it in, then rebrushed it in twice. All the bright colored wood was sprayed with brown paint and two more pieces of slab wood were added to the top to keep the gap to shoot out of to a minimum. There is no need to see 20 feet up in trees and the small gap keeps you from getting picked off in there. With my dad and nephew in the blind I could barely see them saturday as I walked over. First gun season and a deer was shot from it saturday and sunday a doe was passed.

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11/26/14 @ 7:11 PM
sloshkosh
sloshkosh
USER since 3/30/04
8 foot 4x4s for the height. Whatever we had for corner to corner stability braces. 2x4s for the top frame. Cedar slab wood for the sides. Junk carpet inside to keep it quiet and to keep the wind out and your heat in. We dragged the bottom half into place then built the top and slapped the roof on while it was in place.

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11/26/14 @ 7:05 PM
sloshkosh
sloshkosh
USER since 3/30/04
I can only upload 1 at a time off my phone so bear with me here.

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11/26/14 @ 3:03 PM
onebuck95
onebuck95
USER since 1/29/03
Greatoutdoors, I do like how you angled the legs on yours. Although not a huge deal I do get a little wobble, hence those side supports. Nice job!

Edited on 11/26/14 3:03 PM
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11/26/14 @ 2:19 PM
GreatOutdoors2001
GreatOutdoors2001
USER since 7/5/01
Similar design here. 6'6" platform. 10' high. 4x4" for the legs. Due to wide spread, did not bury or anchor. I have eye screws on the decking spaced with the corners of the blind. Put it up a couple weeks before gun season, use zip ties through the eyes on the deck and stake pockets on the blind, and set up in a couple minutes. After the season, take a clippers and it is down in a couple minutes. Most other blinds are 4'x6' boxes with 4' sides and a roof. Usually on 14' or 16' 4x4's for legs with 10degrees of angle outward and feet at the base to keep from tipping.

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11/26/14 @ 1:53 PM
onebuck95
onebuck95
USER since 1/29/03
10ft high. 6x6 deck. 4x4 3ft in ground. Curently has a doghouse tent blind but I plan on getting a larger tent for next season. Since this picture was taken it has been brushed out and I have had deer 10ft bedded. Excellent stand to bowhunt with the decoy. $175.00 with the tent

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