Tight Spot Quivers
altering a ground max blind
Equipment
Contributors to this thread:
gene so 07-Aug-19
Meat Grinder 10-Aug-19
Meat Grinder 10-Aug-19
From: gene so
07-Aug-19
Hello I received a Primos ground Max blind, which is easy to assemble and disassemble. I have sewn HD leather loops on the corners and use steel fence posts to anchor this blind. It blocks wind well and after 5 1/2 hours of rain, it sheds well. The netting is its downfall here in the winds, when hunting Antelope over water. It flutters in the wind due to the elastic it is mounted on. Antelope and even the wild burros in this area get nervous due to the inability of mine to anchor this netting and its resultant fluttering in the breeze. Everything else I like about this blind, so if some serious bowhunter has had this problem, how do you solve it so this blind can be effective?

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From: Meat Grinder
10-Aug-19

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Could you pull the netting tight and clip it to the edge of the window with a few of these?

From: Meat Grinder
10-Aug-19
I see you posted this twice. Great minds think alike, I guess...lol

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