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    Default Rig Em Right Field Bully Dog Blind

    Anyone have an opinion on how good these are? Is there something else I should consider?

    Thanks in advance for your response.
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    Hardcore Dog Caves are real nice

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    Bought one this year, easy to pack and assemble. The materials used feels like it will last a long time out in the field. I've probably used it 4-5 times and have had no complaints.

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    I have a ghg dog blind and really like it. I have used it a lot for two seasons and it is still in good shape.

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    I have a rigem right and really like it. I have used it for about 50 hunts and it is still in great shape just a little dirty. It has a thick bottom that has withstood a lot of launches from the dog to get birds. I have heard from others that is an issue with some of the other dog blinds.

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    I use a final approach mutt hut original and haven't had any issues other than it's hard to set up. I really have to pull hard on the frame to allow the pins to lock the frame open.

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    A buddy has the momarsh 1 and it works even in shallow water. As for ease of use I don't think you can beat the rig em right, just like a slinky.

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    My friend swears by his rigem right

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    Most Complaints are that it is too small

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    How do you hunt? Fields? Flooded Timber? Boat?

    I think knowing those things would matter on which you choose.

    Some are taller but allow for the dog to see more(Final Approach Mutt Hut II),
    some are more sleek, (Avery Ground Force)
    some are more suitable to handle rain etc.(Rig'em Right)

    I've seen this new MOmarsh used for low water hunting.
    Don't know anyone with it but it's features may suit you.
    http://www.momarsh.com/shallow-water...rsal-dog-hide/


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