The coffin blind has evolved from pit blinds and feature a low profile box appearance and look similar to a coffin. they usually have 2 top-loading doors that swing open and allow the hunter to sit up and shoot.
They are usually dug into the ground a bit and then some of the natural cover around them is used to cover them up.
It is common to dig them into the soil of a cornfield or into a sandbar.
When placing the coffin, put it where you have your shoulder pointing at the landing zone.
If you want to build your own coffin blind, we have plans for a coffin blind, duck blind, and 3 deer blinds.
Before using one for the first time, practice shooting from it you so can get a feel for the correct placement in relation to the shooting angle/direction of the waterfowl.
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