Beavertail Boat Blind Review - Easy to Install and Easy to Take Down

May 27, 2023
David Sunnyside

One of the biggest complaints year after year is that someone bought a brand new boat blind and was unable to install it themselves. It usually requires the help of a professional to get the job done right. Getting stuck with a boat blind that doesn’t fit or can’t be installed properly can be a real hassle and a waste of time. The new owners often call the manufacturer for parts or installation instructions, which can take a lot of time and can lead to frustration for everyone involved.

The Beavertail Stealth Boat Blind is a great solution for this problem. It’s designed to be easy to install and comes with step-by-step directions that even novices can follow. It uses rugged cordura and square tubular aluminum to withstand years of use. It also has vegetation pockets to help conceal the blind and break up its outline. This blind is available in two models to fit boats 14 to 20 feet in length.

It features flapped net-covered windows that give the hunter plenty of visibility, yet still keeps them hidden from incoming waterfowl. It also has a motor cover to camouflage the boat and side skirts for complete concealment. The patented design allows for a quick set up and fold down in just 10 seconds. This is a perfect option for hunters who don’t have the time or the desire to spend hours setting up and taking down their blind.

The Beavertail Stealth Boat Blind is available in Natural Gear, Mossy Oak Shadowgrass, Advantage Wetlands, and Fall Flight patterns to match the hunter’s camouflage needs. The aluminim frame is built to last and can be customized for any size boat. It also has dog doors in the stern and bow to allow for easy access to your hunting partner.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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