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    Drake Stake-Out Hunting Blind

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    The Drake Stake-Out Hunting Blind with flip-tops is perfect for hunting in flooded soybeans, rice, corn, shallow marsh, or anywhere you find shallow water. It also works great for dry or muddy field goose hunting. The sides can be buried using it as a one-man lay down pit blind or you can full body brush it on top of the ground making it practically disappear. This blind’s body comes equipped with built-in stretch cord brush straps for fast and easy brushing. The hunting blind’s flip tops have built-in brush straps which allow you to maximize concealment.

    After the hunt, you can use it as a gear sled by loading your gun, decoys and other gear inside and float it out of the field utilizing the tow-handle. There’s more, the Stake-Out comes with a backrest and has a built-in dry box. There are stabilizer stake-out openings at all four corners. This Drake blind has a polyethylene body and weighs 61 pounds. Hunting blind cockpit has an opening of 23 inches wide x 47 inches long x 14 inches deep with an overall size of the Stake-Out hunting blind being 7 feet long x 35 inches wide x 14 inches deep.

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