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Is that new stuff or the same you have been using?

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what color is it?


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If I'm not mistaken Jess told My.Jerry "when you think it is green enough.... add more green"

Very little brown or tan where we hunt.

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Thanks, just order one that way
when you think it's green enough..... add more green


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I ordered the standard all purpose camo one. Will be here Monday. I'll post pics of the pattern.


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Obviously it's not on my boat yet but this is the all purpose camo


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Also, I didn't realize, it comes pre made to slide straight on to your blind frameImage


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where do y'all order this from?


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Rancho Safari

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$360 to cover both sides of boat.

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So far I'm pleased with it after building my blind this weekend. I need to trim it at the waterline but it looks right for the areas I hunt.


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I ordered the woodlands green for Florida, hasn't shown up yet. Spoke with Jerry on the phone last week and he's about to launch a new color scheme with even more green, which should suit the needs of hunters in Florida/ far SE. He was going to send me a color sample, i will post it if/ when it comes in.


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Also, I didn't realize, it comes pre made to slide straight on to your blind frameImage


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I thought the sleeves were for putting some conduit or pvc in to keep it from blowing around in the wind.


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bluesky2012 wrote:
Also, I didn't realize, it comes pre made to slide straight on to your blind frameImage


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I thought the sleeves were for putting some conduit or pvc in to keep it from blowing around in the wind.


I've got a wind blocker material i put on yesterday that I mounted a pipe to but yeah same idea.


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What kind of areas do you hunt. I have looked into them but I hunt salt tidal marshes and just wondering what one would look best


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I used to hunt tidal marshes but now I hunt rivers and timber.


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50fps wrote:
bluesky2012 wrote:
Also, I didn't realize, it comes pre made to slide straight on to your blind frameImage


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I thought the sleeves were for putting some conduit or pvc in to keep it from blowing around in the wind.

Ya I noticed that in the description. Wonder if they have one top and bottom so you don’t have to zip tie to your conduit.


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50fps wrote:
bluesky2012 wrote:
Also, I didn't realize, it comes pre made to slide straight on to your blind frameImage


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I thought the sleeves were for putting some conduit or pvc in to keep it from blowing around in the wind.

Ya I noticed that in the description. Wonder if they have one top and bottom so you don’t have to zip tie to your conduit.


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No just one side.

You can either use the holes in the mesh to zip tie it to your frame and use the sleeves at the bottom to run a pipe to hold it down, or because I felt the sleeves were a more sturdy attach point, I ran that on my frame and when I zip tied my wind blocker behind it, I mounted a pipe to the bottom of the wind blocker to pull it down. My thought was, I’d rather risk a zip ties or whatever breaking and losing the pipe rather than losing the shaggy blind.


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i'll take this over a rancho 100% of the time: http://www.ghilliesuits.com/ultralightg ... et5x9.aspx

ive been in both and this is significantly lighter and only holds water if you dump it in the river. rain seems to bead off. Also make a boat disappear.


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where do y'all order this from?


Rancho safari website


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i'll take this over a rancho 100% of the time: http://www.ghilliesuits.com/ultralightg ... et5x9.aspx

ive been in both and this is significantly lighter and only holds water if you dump it in the river. rain seems to bead off. Also make a boat disappear.


It’s tough to really tell much about it. I’m really happy with my rancho safari blind and between reviews from others and my own experience I see it lasting quite a few years.

Given that the link above is not really different in cost, have you seen much in regards to its longevity? I don’t like to be the test subject for a new product.


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^used mine for 4 seasons now in freezing temps in N Illinois. Ill snap a pic of my boat when the blind goes on this weekend.


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bluesky2012 wrote:
cernigs23 wrote:
50fps wrote:
bluesky2012 wrote:
Also, I didn't realize, it comes pre made to slide straight on to your blind frameImage


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I thought the sleeves were for putting some conduit or pvc in to keep it from blowing around in the wind.

Ya I noticed that in the description. Wonder if they have one top and bottom so you don’t have to zip tie to your conduit.


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No just one side.

You can either use the holes in the mesh to zip tie it to your frame and use the sleeves at the bottom to run a pipe to hold it down, or because I felt the sleeves were a more sturdy attach point, I ran that on my frame and when I zip tied my wind blocker behind it, I mounted a pipe to the bottom of the wind blocker to pull it down. My thought was, I’d rather risk a zip ties or whatever breaking and losing the pipe rather than losing the shaggy blind.


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I ordered the Rancho panels today from Jerry. I talked to him on the phone and he is going to add some more yellow to the jeriflage pattern for all the marsh I hunt in SE Wisconsin. I got my blind done. I added left over conduit to the bottom of my wind blocker(1000d cordura)ImageImageImage


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Been doing some research on the shaggy blind for my 1854 gt extreme mod v and I came across this old post. Was going to ask where you guys are ordering your Cordura from? Do you guys use less than 600? Also are you guys using the shaggy or cordura to cover your motors? If so, how many feet or yards total should I order to make this thing work. Have seen some awesome looking shaggy blinds from Rancho Safari on here and was going to go that route. Seen the old blind build post that Poker1 done. Probably going to copy that like a few of you have in the past. If you have a link to the cordura I would appreciate it. looks like an olive color (maybe) that was used above ^. Thanks for any input.


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Two panels will cover your boat. For my motor I just throw a camo burlap sheet over it. Didn’t care to get another expensive rancho panel for that.


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