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Got a ground blind question...

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Does anyone have any insight as to whether 2 people can comfortably hunt out of a single G-10, G-20, or Doghouse blind made by Ameristep. We have a group of 4 that has never turkey hunted before and are restricted to limited property so we are planning on teaming up. We also want to keep the cost reasonable. Thanks in advance for all recommendations.

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mikie

not sure what brand my blind is but its 5x5 and last spring me and the cousin hunted it fine then in the fall i took my 2 kids with was doable but a little tight cuz they had to have this and that with 1 boy is 11 and my other boy is 7 all in all was fun anyway but 2 people with chairs guns and lunch pail was actually fine heck we even turned around in the blind with turkeys bhind us and we got 2

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schr0563

That is exactly what I wanted to hear. Thanks much!

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Howieroch

This will be my 4th spring in a row hunting 3 grown adults out of a Double Bull blind. My brother, brother-in-law and I sit side by side and we are all big guys. It gets a bit crowded at times, but we have fun talking trash and watching birds. In 3 spring hunts and 2 fall hunts we have managed to take 11 turkeys this way. Two springs in a row we counted down 3,2,1,BANG for a triple to fill our tags with jakes. We've also taken two doubles on fall birds. I can't imaging turkey hunting any other way - we have way too much fun in the blind.

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123fish

My buddy and I have hunted comfortably out of the Doghouse blind. They are definitley the way to go if you are going to be spending a lot of time in one spot.

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