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Hunting - SCentite Duck Condo Adds Portability, Comfort To Waterfowl Hunting

Hunting Blinds - Press Release

Hunting Blinds - Waterfowl hunters can go where the game is without constructing pit blinds with the new Duck Condo from SCENTite Blinds. Accommodating up to four hunters, the Duck Condo is a portable, maintenance-free solution when pit blinds are not practical.

It's easy to assemble the Duck Condo on location or to transport an assembled unit on a small trailer to the hunting area. Then, relocate a Duck Condo to where ducks are congregating, or move it after the season to allow for farming. The all-weather blind keeps you dry and lets you stay afield comfortably, even in the worst weather. A hinged roof keeps moisture away while keeping hunters completely hidden from above and raising to let hunters maneuver and shoot at any angle.

The Duck Condo has a maintenance-free, high-density polyethylene shell, with a pressure-treated plywood floor and steel-reinforced frame for durability. Four generously-sized windows allow visibility from all sides. Access to the blind is through a 25x32-inch horizontal sliding side door.

The Duck Condo can be used at ground level, or it can be elevated above water level with an optional steel floor system so a boat can be pulled in underneath. The floor system has 4"x4" steel leg inserts that fit ordinary pressure-treated 4"x4"s that the hunter can provide in any height needed.

An olive drab exterior helps hunters blend into the surroundings, or Real Grass panels are available to cover the entire blind for even better camouflage. Rubber bungee straps and anchors hold the Real Grass or the hunter's own camo in place.

Retail price of the Duck Condo is $1500.

For more information, consumers may contact SCENTite Blinds, Fargason Outdoor Technologies, Inc., P.O. Box 36635, Birmingham, AL 35236, 1-800-828-1554, or visit our website at


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