ScenTite Duck Lounge Layout Blind Keeps Waterfowl Hunters Dry
ScenTite- Waterfowl hunters need never hunt wet and uncomfortable again. With SCENTite Blinds' DuckLounge layout blind, hunters can set up in swamps, flooded fields, mud, snow, and other areas where waterfowl feed and congregate, while staying dry and comfortable.
The DuckLounge by SCENTite Blinds has a lightweight, durable polyethylene shell that is virtually indestructible. The split-roof design allows one hunter to be partially encased while he's hunting, if he chooses, or a solid roof is available for use by two side-by-side shooters. A camouflaged, 3-inch thick, %-length body cushion and molded-in foot rest assure comfort and stability. It is designed to fit most hunters up to 6'3".
Transporting the DuckLounge couldn't be simpler. Weighing just 35 pounds empty, it requires little effort to load into a truck or SUV, with two or more blinds fitting into most vehicles, it is equipped with a nylon tow rope for pulling it by hand, four-wheeler, or snowmobile, and it slides easily over virtually any surface Since the DuckLounge floats, it is easy to transport the blind filled with decoys, shotshells, shotgun, and other gear across water to lay out decoys.
The lockable shell provides either long-term storage or a means of transporting gear to the hunting area. When it isn't being used for hunting, there are many other uses for the DuckLounge. It makes an ideal equipment container for ice fishing, or the four hinge pins can be removed to create a utility sled for deer hunting or other uses.
The DuckLounge has a tan finish to blend into most waterfowl hunting environments, or it can be painted for a custom finish.
A camouflage shotshell container is included, as are a panel of Real Grass camouflage and two bungee cords. Retail price of the DuckLounge is $330.
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 www.scentite.corn.
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