Shadow Hunter Blinds are very simple to set up, and this video takes you along step by step as we do just that. From Bringing it to location, elevating the blind, and securing the blind on location. We show you the tools we use, how we use them, and everything in-between. If you are setting up a Shadow Hunter Blind, you need to watch this video!
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Great video and setup.
"The further away you get, the better it looks."
That's what SHE said.
works great with many hands
Great video, except for the guys heavy breathing into the mic .
Great hunting blind , good quality!
do you have a list of the lumber you used? That looks great
i got poison ivy just watching them up up that ladder stand portion!!!! hahaha
now you will have " BASE " rot
Termites should love its location
You guys must be from Rhinelander Wisconsin. Never heard of a hodag from anywhere else!
Sure is nice to see people working together, especially family! Nice job!
Great work, nice product, and build quality, food plot is the key. Happy Hunting to the owner. From New Brunswick, Canada.
Spent all that money build some stairs
Great build, nothing like teamwork..
What the total cost for this size unit?
Did you see the deer in the distance?
Laughing….what the they doin!!!
We ain't feeding in that area during the daytime, ha ha ha.
Nice job, hey you forgot your toolbelt
That stand is always gonna shoot to the left… cause ya put the cross braces on the inside of one side… and on the outside of the rest!! 🙂
Great video… Thanks for sharing!
Very very interesting. Loved the teamwork. Good hunting to you and be safe. 👍🏽🙂.
You should think about putting a list of components in like the anchor going into the ground with the eye hook at the end, the turn buckle, size cable, type of screws you find that are good, size eye bolts, the mfg of the ladder/deck. This would eliminate a whole lot of questions for you.
I think this was one of the best videos I have seen to date. I am only going up 4 feet just to get off the ground and see over a small hump in the field so I really don't need much in the front and behind me the land goes down some 10-15' to an over flow of the creek. At my age I don't bow hunt or do much walking so this is going to be one of the last big projects I am doing. Retired in 1990 and this 6 x 6 blind / hide will be excellent for me.
So that it was easier for me I got a CAD program (many out there for free) and designed the whole thing in 1 day then I knew how long all the lumber was so that I just brought all the cut pieces out to where it is being built.
dang, you worked the hell out of them for that 1/8 in 8'
I used T post on mine to secure it to the ground, worked great.
I bring a Jack all seems to work well. 2 Jack's would be ideal