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  • Anyone have any recommendations for a good pop-up ground blind that won't break the bank? It must be large enough to allow the u

    Anyone have any recommendations for a good pop-up ground blind that won't break the bank? It must be large enough to allow the use of a bow comfortably, because I'll be using it for archery turkey hunting. I don't want to spend more than 70 or 80 dollars, if possible.

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    Cabela's has their Ameristep Doghouse blinds on sale right now for $60. They are good blinds and provide room for two people with a shotgun/rifle or room for one bowhunter.

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    • #3
      I have a Dog House blind and it works pretty well. The only drawback to them is getting the process of folding them up mastered.

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      • #4
        Ameristep is fine. I have had one for years. It has the metal spring inserts which pops it open but, as like DSM said it takes a little learning to fold it up.
        I alsobought a one chair blind with the attached cover and was disappointed with the room inside. Not good for rifle or bow, I will now only use it for hunting with a handgun.

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        • #5
          The best blind for archery I have ever used is the Barronett Big Mike blind. 6'-8" tall and 6'-3" wide in both directions, only blind I've ever seen that has sufficient room to have a full draw while standing. Window set up is also great, very customizable for any set up option. Depending on where you get it, anywhere from $120 to $200, but Fleet Farm usually has them for the cheapest price. I like the "Blades Camo" pattern a lot, the other option is "Bloodtrail" and looks like junk to me, JMO. I know $120 is over your asking price, but way worth it to get something that works so well for an extra $40 than waste one blind and have to go back and buy the right one later.

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          • #6
            on sale right now for $120

            www.fleetfarm.com/detail/barronett-blinds-big-mike-hunting-blind-bloodtrail-blades-camo/0000000203838

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            • #7
              walmart.com you can get them as well and fixed blade shoot through the windows

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              • #8
                My hunting friend has a Primos ground blind.
                During turkey season I was calling turkey's for him from inside the blind.
                It had a lot of room and the window size was adjustable.
                It was a nice blind but will it will cost around $250 to $275.
                Good Luck!

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