Duck Hunting Accessories

Duck Blinds

Duck Blinds

There are different types of duck blinds for different situations. Some are exceedingly simple and easy to construct, while others are quite complex. Duck blinds in grain fields can be as simple as a hunter walking two or three miles out into a grain field, stopping at a dike, a raised area, 2 feet or so high, 10 or 12 feet wide and usually a half mile or so long on a side. The duck hunter simply sits down on the top and pushes dirt away with both feet, front and back. In two to three minutes a shallow depression is created. In other areas duck blinds can be quite elaborate. More substantial structures are common in the midwestern United States and their purpose often extends beyond concealment to include protection from the elements, particularly from rain and cold. In some areas, duck blinds can approach small cabins in their size and amenities.

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Duck Hunting Videos

Duck Hunting Videos

Watch and develop your duck hunting skills while watching duck hunting videos. Watching duck hunting videos is also a great way to bide your time during the duck hunting offseason. It is also a great way to pick up great tips and tricks that you can use on your next outing into the duck blind. While it isn't nearly as good as being there yourself it definitely does bring the duck marsh into your living room.

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Hunting Bags

Hunting Bags

View a huge selection of duck hunting bags and duck hunting blind bags. When duck hunting you need a variety of hunting bags including gear bags, floating bags, decoy bags and ground blind bags. Choose from a variety of different sizes and different hunting camouflage patterns for your hunting bags.

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