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    JDK
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    PostPosted: Thu Oct 19, 2017 11:58 PM    Post subject: Momarsh Invisichair Reply with quote

    Got one for a steal while working up in WYO a few weeks ago. Haven't tried it yet, but pretty optimistic. Sure is comfy in the backyard with a beer in hand. Anybody tried these things out?
    I've got a decent blind on my lease, but thinking this sucker will be awesome for a quick reposition when the wind shifts on weather days.
    Anyone have experience with these things?
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    PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2017 12:28 AM    Post subject: Reply with quote

    Responding to my own post as a follow-up from my experience so far in case anyone is interested or considering getting one of these things:
    Have used it more than the permanent blind. Nuff said. My water is a cattail hole and I am pretty darned happy with, first and foremost, hide factor. It's brushed in with cattails and disappears. Second, mobility. It's light and easy to quickly collapse and hustle to a new spot: 30 second breakdown/setup. Lastly, super comfy. It's definitely not for all settings. It's kickazz for tall cattails. Works great under a Russian olive or willow or cottonwood. Guessing it would be good within a strip of standing corn if there weren't a pit available. Probably be a little tall for a field edge/fence line unless there is some tall veg.
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