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Contributors to this thread:
Paul@thefort 30-Mar-19
Boone 30-Mar-19
RutnStrut 30-Mar-19
GED 30-Mar-19
Paul@thefort 30-Mar-19
Jaquomo 30-Mar-19
t-roy 30-Mar-19
Whocares 30-Mar-19
Brotsky 31-Mar-19
Glunt@work 31-Mar-19
'Ike' (Phone) 31-Mar-19
Paul@thefort 31-Mar-19
SBH 31-Mar-19
Dino 31-Mar-19
Boreal 31-Mar-19
great white 01-Apr-19
MOstlkr 02-Apr-19
Duke 02-Apr-19
Scoot 03-Apr-19
jcneng 03-Apr-19
Paul@thefort 03-Apr-19
From: Paul@thefort
30-Mar-19

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Purchased the golf cart for $8, added a larger platform to the bottom along with a bucket for the end of the blind.
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
Purchased the golf cart for $8, added a larger platform to the bottom along with a bucket for the end of the blind.
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
I have since added a bucket on the platform to hold the blind better
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
I have since added a bucket on the platform to hold the blind better
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
Last year
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
Last year

From: Boone
30-Mar-19
That's a pretty sweet idea.

From: RutnStrut
30-Mar-19
I love this. Since seeing yours on here a few years ago I have been using one and it works great. I buy them at garage sales anywhere from 1-5 bucks. I camo them up, and add some bungies and a bucket and give them to hunting buddies as gifts. I have 4 in the shed waiting to be "modified" right now.

From: GED
30-Mar-19
I use my camo deer sled. Easy, simple

From: Paul@thefort
30-Mar-19
RutnStrut, Nice. The only thing that I wish is, the wheel track was wider. That would help stabilize going over more uneven terrain,

GED, does the sled have wheels?

From: Jaquomo
30-Mar-19
I use my game cart. The Blind goes on first, then I bungee a duffel with decoys on top of that with my bow on top.

From: t-roy
30-Mar-19
Sweet idea, Paul!

Would retro-fitting some oversize tires be doable?

From: Whocares
30-Mar-19
Great idea! Think I'll rig mine like that for trip in 10 days. Thanks. You old timers are pretty clever!

From: Brotsky
31-Mar-19
I watched Scoot throw one of these into a cedar tree one time. Good memories! :-). I think they can work great, just a matter of terrain and set up. Paul’s looks good!

From: Glunt@work
31-Mar-19
I rigged one up a few years ago (probably from one of Paul's posts) worked great on some spots but needs a little bigger wheels for some terrain. Keeping my eye out for one of those all terrain baby strollers with the bicycle tires.

For backpack carry, the "Blind Hog" has been great

31-Mar-19
Perfect, I used one to carry my Duck decoys during my Refuge Days...

From: Paul@thefort
31-Mar-19

Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
Paul@thefort's embedded Photo
I agree they do not work well in all terrains. A road, flat field, pasture,etc,.

Retro fitting wheels? Not with this model of cart but I might expect there are others that can be, to make the wheels track wider.

I have attached this cart to the back of my mt bike, ( on a road or 2 track) and it did ok, but a wider track would be better.

Heading out this day, so I might have a story to tell like John's. Stay turned. My best, Paul

From: SBH
31-Mar-19
Great idea Paul!

From: Dino
31-Mar-19
Paul, u r a beauty. Nice work!!!!

From: Boreal
31-Mar-19
Great idea Paul!

From: great white
01-Apr-19
People put baby strollers in the trash all the time if you see I 3 wheeled jogging stroller they are very handy have hauled 2 50 lb salt blocks in one the ones that have 16 inch wheels are best

From: MOstlkr
02-Apr-19
I have one ready to go for Youth season Saturday- going to load up the Double Bull and all the snacks needed to keep a 7yr old entertained and fed for a couple hours!! Great idea!

From: Duke
02-Apr-19
Great work, Paul! This would be particularly useful at one spot I hunt near a golf course. Stick a turkey and then play the back nine!

GW- You are right on with the stroller. Look for a BOB stroller. Off-road machines!

From: Scoot
03-Apr-19
I loved this idea, but it didn't work out very well for me. I found it worked great on flat ground, but most of the places I hunted with it weren't very flat. I ended up wrestling the thing a lot, trying to keep it from flipping over.

I'm not badmouthing Paul's idea- I think it's great! Just a warning that if you're not on pretty flat ground, it may not be the best option.

From: jcneng
03-Apr-19
I like the bucket idea! I am gonna add one to mine. X2 with the uneven terrain but on a two track or flat ground it is easier than on your back!

From: Paul@thefort
03-Apr-19
Scoot is correct, yep, flat ground, newly planted winter wheat (go along the side), two track road. Not a cross country cart. Yesterday, I had my blind, bow, fold up camp seat, and 3 decoys attached (bagged). but on a two track.

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