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Waterfowl Blind Instructions


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Cuts from the PVC pipes:

  1. Bottom pipes – 2 pieces, 64’’ each
  2. Bow pipes – 2 pieces, 91’’ each
  3. Bottom connector pipes – 2 pieces, 21’’ each
  4. Connecting pipe with the Bungee cords - 2 pieces, 27.5’’ each
  5. Bow holder pipe - 2 pieces, 34.5’’ each (additional work is required for the edges)

Required material:

  • PVC pipes – ½’’ – 4 x 10 ft
  • PVC Elbow joins 45 degree - 4 pieces
  • PVC Elbow joins 90 degree - 4 pieces
  • T-connector - 4 pieces
  • Solvent Cement (All weather condition)
  • Electrical tape
  • Bungee cords
  • Rubber rings -4 pieces
  • Burlap material

Approximate weight of the blind with burlap: 11-12 lb.

Note: If the joins are too tight, you can sand them down with some sandpaper and then use a hair dryer to warm up the edge of the pipes (they should expand a little).


Blind Frame

1. Worm up the edge of PVC Elbow joins 45 degree, 90 degree and (A) Bottom pipe


Step 1

2. Use Solvent to attach T-connector with (A) Bottom pipe and Elbow joins


Step 2

3. Pull the rubber rings through the (B) Bow pipe. Repeat the previous steps for the opposite side.


Step 3

4. (E) Bow holder pipe - 2 pieces, 34.5’’ each


Step 4

(additional work is required for both edges)


Step 5

5. Glue the part E to the A and B


Step 6

(Do the same for the mirrored section)


6. Attach two sections by using the (C) Bottom connector pipes (no glue).



Step 7

Step 8

7. Pull the bungee cords through the (D) Connecting pipes


Step 9

8. Attach the bungee cords to the (B) Bow pipes


Step 10

(Optional: Use electrical tape for all joins)


*Burlap material:
Assemble the carcass of the blind. Cut and sewed burlap based on the carcass size.
Don’t sew the top of the blind to make like a flapper (see the picture).
Pull some stick or piece of the PVC pipe (36’’- 40‘’) through the folded edge of the burlap material. Tie the left and right ends with rubber bands.


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