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Drake Ghillie Layout Blind with Spring Loaded Bonnet

Drake Ghillie Layout Blind with Spring Loaded Bonnet

$199.99

SKU: DRWG3000

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Drake Ghillie Layout Blind with Spring Loaded Bonnet

The beauty of this Layout Blind is found in the bonnet. Spring-Loaded, the bonnet flips out of the way when the Quick Release Strap is bumped. There is also ample room for blind bags and additional gear beneath the bonnet. The ground bag is equipped with multiple Grass Straps to allow for raffia, local grass, corn, etc. for maximum concealment.

DIMENSIONS Width - 36” Length - 84” Bag Depth - 12”

FEATURES & MATERIALS 
1) Comfortable, Roomy Interior 
2) Adjustable Back Rest 
3) Strong, Durable Aluminum 
4) Rugged HD2™ Material with Grass Straps 
5) Spring-Loaded Bonnet with Quick-Release Strap and See-Through Mesh

Ratings & Reviews

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10/6/2020 11:42 am

Great visibility, tons of room and fast exit!!!

by OH-fowler

I'm a new waterfowl hunter this season and had borrowed a traditional trap door style layout blind from a buddy on my first goose hunt. I knew it was too difficult to set up and not nearly roomy enough for me. I'm a bigger guy, 6'2" and broad-shouldered. The Ghillie blind fast opening bonnet is a wayyyy better design in my opinion. I used it on only my second hunt and was the first guy out of their blind already dropping geese while the other, more experienced hunters, were still fumbling out of their trap door blinds. Plenty of room to store a bag, water, snacks, etc. inside. Plenty of brush straps all around to attach foliage. I bought some synthetic blind grass and zip tied around the whole thing and it looks great. Very lightweight to carry and easy quick set up in the field. I do wish there was some sort of semi rigid structure to the bottom instead of just a sleeping bag style foot, but I understand that would increase set up time in the field.