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Boat Blind ?

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I know its a little late to be taking on this project, but I just picked up another boat for hunting this fall. It's a Lowe 12ft flat bottom. Bought for the smaller holes we hunt, and possibly for our trips to Nodak. My question is, I want to put a blind on it but don't really want to build a frame, bend pipe, drill holes, etc... My thouht was to use a system much like you see for your standard boat covers on big boats. Attach brackets opposite each other to the gun wales, put flat fiber glass or aluminum pieces in an arched position across the boat and throw a camo netting over the entire thing and attach some grass to it. Does anybody else have anything like this. Any input, ideas or suggestions would be appreciated. If anyone has any pictures that would be great also. Thanks.

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