Shooter's Ridge Sasquatch Hunting Blind

At 70 inches square and 80 inches tall, the Sasquatch Hunting Blind from Shooters Ridge offers more than enough room to comfortably stand and come to full draw in total concealment.

During a recent test, I was able to draw with room to spare, and the main shooting port at the front was perfectly positioned for standing archery shots. What really sets the all-new Sasquatch apart is versatility. On the all-black interior of the blind, three sides feature large, adjustable windows that can be silently customized using elastic hooks to raise and lower the fabric window backing.


The front of the blind features a large entry door, zippered horizontal shooting window along the top and a long, vertical zippered shooting window opposite the door. All windows are covered by shoot-through mesh that attaches to the window frames with Velcro. The blind also offers a dog door at the base of the front wall and two large roof openings, which make the Sasquatch ideal for waterfowling.


Other interior features include gear pouches and drink holders. The exterior of the blind, available in Realtree MAX-1 or Realtree AP camouflage, features dozens of brush loops and ties for concealing your setup with native vegetation. The hub-style structure pops open and closes in seconds, weighs 25 pounds and packs quickly into a zippered, backpack-style bag with padded shoulder straps, removable gear pouch and compression straps that allow you to strap on even more equipment.

Contact: Shooters Ridge, N5549 County Trunk Z, Onalaska, WI 54650; 866-788-7386; www.sasquatchblinds.com


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