Why You May Want To Consider A Blind Bag For Your Next Duck Hunt

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Why You May Want To Consider A Blind Bag For Your Next Duck Hunt

19 April 2022
 Categories: Recreation & Sports, Blog

Duck hunters often go out to their blinds early in the morning, maybe even before the sun comes up, and they may stay in the blind for hours after arriving there. Having the things you need in the blind often means carrying items in, and a duck hunting blind bag is an excellent tool for the job. 

Bag Styles

When considering a duck hunting blind bag, you need to look at what you want to take into the blind with you besides your shotgun. Oftentimes, more ammunition is going to top that list. You may also want to consider things like a thermos with hot beverages, food, or snacks to get you through a few hours in the early part of the day, as well as safety items like a flashlight, first aid kit, and a waterproof packet for your cell phone and wallet. The number of things you may want to have available to you is often a personal choice, so taking the time to consider a duffel bag, a backpack, or some modified form that can offer the best of both may be the perfect fit. The bag's design can make one style more versatile in your situation, so it is essential to consider all the ways you will use the bag and if you can easily carry your duck hunting blind bag in and out of your hunting area. 

Bag Sizes

If you feel like you need a large bag to carry a lot of gear, it is vital to consider how manageable the bag will be when it is full. Sometimes taking too much gear into the blind when going duck hunting is a bad idea, so getting a smaller bag can help you resist the urge to take things you don't need. A large bag can also take up a lot of space in a small area and may even be in the way while you're in the blind.

It can be helpful to make a list of all the things you will need in the blind before you start shopping for blind bags, and if you find a few models that you like, search for video reviews online and see what people who have tried them are saying. Often, these reviews will cover many of the things you want to know and may talk about the effectiveness of the waterproofing, the quality of things like zippers or flaps that cover pockets, or the stitching on the duck hunting bag. If the reviewer talks about what gear they carry in the bag, it can make it a little easier to envision what will fit comfortably. These details may confirm your choice, or you may feel that you need to go to the store and look closer at the duck hunting bags on your list to ensure that you get the best one for you.