1600 SERIES BOAT BLIND

$59.99$669.99

Beavertail 1600 Series Boat Blinds are designed not only for exceptional concealment, but with superior functionality.  These blinds attach to your boat with our exclusive telescoping frame system, which means no holes to drill, and attachment / detachment is a snap.

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Warranty Period: 1 Year

Product Description

Beavertail full-size Boat Blinds are designed not only for exceptional concealment, but with superior functionality.  These blinds attach to your boat with our exclusive telescoping frame system, which means no holes to drill, and attachment / detachment is a snap.  All blinds provide more than enough clearance for everyone in the boat, no matter where you are seated.  These blinds are designed to work with both backwater motors and standard outboards.  Our boat blinds also lay directly on the side rail which means unobstructed access to gun boxes and accessories. By exchanging the blind arms for ground stakes, this is the only blind in the industry that can go from the boat to the field in 5 minutes.

Features:

  • Fits Boats 15′ to 16′ Long
  • Top Beam Width 60″ to 72″
  • Stands 32″ Above Gunnels
  • Frame Dimensions: 10’2″ Long x 68″ Wide x 32″ High
  • 600 Denier, Windproof & Waterproof Stitched Cordura
  • Adjustable Telescoping Frame System
  • Marine Grade Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Galvanized Frame Tubing
  • The Only Gunwale-to-Gunwale Clearance Frame in the Industry
  • Ultimate Clearance Allows Use of Seats, Gun Boxes & Storage
  • Closable Shooting Holes (3)
  • Sewn-On Vegetation Straps
  • Quick Attach / Detach – No Drilling
  • Can Break Down For Easy Storage / Transport
  • Exclusively Designed to Run with a Mud Motor
  • Equally Effective with Outboards
  • Accommodates Square-Front and V-Front Jon Boats
  • Available Patterns:  Realtree Max-4 and Muddy Water Timber Tantrum

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  1. ofraser

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    ofraser

    What are the lengths of the main support brackets on the 1400 and the 1600 series blinds? Without the rubber dipped ends inside.

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    • Beavertail Customer Service

      Beavertail Customer Service

      The length of the 1400 cross member is 2 different sizes, the one is 40″ in length and the other is 28″ in length.

      The Length of the 1600 Cross Members is the same and they are 40″ in length.

      Thank you I hope this helps you.

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  2. horsesrme00

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    horsesrme00

    Can this blind be attached to the boat while being trailed?

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    • Beavertail Customer Service

      Beavertail Customer Service

      Yes, it just needs to be taken down and strapped. It can stay attached to the
      boat still. Does that help you?

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  3. denton_josh

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    denton_josh

    What are the dimensions of the shooting holes?

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    • Beavertail Customer Service

      Beavertail Customer Service

      The shooting holes are 29″ wide and 26″ Long. Thank you

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  4. mattklatt.klatt

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    mattklatt.klatt

    I have a 16’ alumacraft waterfowler. It has a beam of 78”, with the 1600 series boat blind work for my boat? What options do I have, what would you recommend? Thank you

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