We finally got Brian’s boat blinded up! We decided to build a scissor style frame that can collapse when it is not in use. We can even take it completely off for the off season so it won’t get in the way. Building this blind was fairly cheap and if you really want you can even do it for cheaper. The parts and hardware ran about $60-$70 which will be pretty standard. After that all you need is material to blind the boat. We went with a more expensive route as the Tangle Free grass ran about $70. You can find alternative materials for a lot cheaper such as burlap if you shop around.
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8 #14 1” x 1/4” Sheet Metal Screw (Hex head slotted)
8 1/4” Washers
2 1/4” x 2” Wire Lock Pins
4 2” x 1/4” Bolts
4 1/4” Nylon Lock Nuts
8 1/2” Set Screw Couplings
4 90 Degree Angled Conduit or EMT (If you don’t have a Conduit or EMT Bender tool)
1 1-1/4” x 36” Square Tube
6 10’ x 1/2” Conduit or EMT
Tanglefree Blind Grass
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