Field Bully Dog Blind -GORE OPTIFADE Marsh
Field Bully Dog Blind -GORE OPTIFADE Marsh
Field Bully Dog Blind -GORE OPTIFADE Marsh
Field Bully Dog Blind -GORE OPTIFADE Marsh

Field Bully Dog Blind -GORE OPTIFADE Marsh

SKU: 023-M
$159.99

Availability: In stock.

Rig’Em Right’s® Field Bully™ Dog Blind is the baddest dog blind ever designed.  The patent pending Bullycoil™ frame system sets up in seconds, compresses flat for storage, and contains no pins, hinges or poles.  Just press flat and buckle closed, it’s the quickest, easiest and most durable dog blind available…Period!!! New GORE OPTIFADE Marsh camo

• The fastest set-up and take-down available

• 19” high at peak to accommodate a wide range of dogs

• Unique triangular profile virtually disappears in fields

• Padded floor and peep-hole doors on front and rear

• Built-in tent stakes with integrated storage slots

• Slots for adding vegetation and removable shoulder strap

• GORE OPTIFADE Marsh camo

• Open Dimensions: 34" x 23" x 19"

• Closed Dimensions: 24" x 5" x 19.5"

Weight: 12.5 lbs

Description

• The fastest set-up and take-down available

• 19” high at peak to accommodate a wide range of dogs

• Unique triangular profile virtually disappears in fields

• Padded floor and peep-hole doors on front and rear

• Built-in tent stakes with integrated storage slots

• Slots for adding vegetation and removable shoulder strap

• GORE OPTIFADE Marsh camo

• Open Dimensions: 34" x 23" x 19"

• Closed Dimensions: 24" x 5" x 19.5"

Weight: 12.5 lbs

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• The fastest set-up and take-down available

• 19” high at peak to accommodate a wide range of dogs

• Unique triangular profile virtually disappears in fields

• Padded floor and peep-hole doors on front and rear

• Built-in tent stakes with integrated storage slots

• Slots for adding vegetation and removable shoulder strap

• GORE OPTIFADE Marsh camo

• Open Dimensions: 34" x 23" x 19"

• Closed Dimensions: 24" x 5" x 19.5"

Weight: 12.5 lbs

Customer Reviews

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ExpertVoice
Nice blind

I'm a waterfowl guide in Montana and use dog blinds in my operation. I first saw the Rig "em Right blind at a sporting goods store and thought, what a good idea. I didn't purchase it at that time because I have been using a Quonset-hut shaped blind that folds in half and is lighter in weight. (The Rig 'em Right, I think, is heavy.) That weekend while hunting using my old blind found me fussing with the poles needed to set up my old dog blind. At that moment I thought, man, it'd be nice to just unbuckle that Rig 'em Right blind and be done with this. That day I bought the Rig 'em Right dog blind. I used it on my last hunt of the year, with a snow cover, and it worked great. The heavier weight kept it secure to the ground without blowing away, popped right up, and the snow cover blended right in without adding materials. Interestingly , my dog was not used to this blind. The door stays closed and he was initially confused with how to get into his new blind, the door staying closed is a good thing, keeps him inside more and hidden better. It is shorter than his other blind, so he took a few tries to get used to it. The Rig 'em Right is a really nice dog blind, keeps him hidden better, the weight keeps it from blowing around, the shape is great to hide easily, the door folding closed keeps the dog inside better. Nice blind Rig 'em Right, thank you.

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J.W.

At first look and attempt, this is a perfect thing. Light but not flimsy, great break down and setup, 9 year old dog didn’t love the idea of a new “kennel” (blind) at first but some gentle sessions with some treats did the trick. She loves it now. Can’t wait to brush it in and hunt!!

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Four Flyways Retrievers
FFR REVIEW-Best field blind out there

We’ve used numerous blind products from other companies over the years but none fit the bill like rig,em,rights field blind. The biggest pro for it is it’s highly lightweight and packability. You’re not lugging around metal frames or thick fibers that soak water or snow in-which ads weight. It’s perfect for packing tight or walking in with the straps that come on it. There’s numerous field hunts where we had 1/2 mile -1 mile drags from truck and the blind packed in tight on the sled or I just threw it over my back. It pops out tight and holds its form surprisingly very well which has still held form 7 years later! Now I train with it a lot so I have bleached the color in it but that’s it sitting out in sun most of year. The brush loops on the side are incredibly durable so no worry about tearing them when your jabbing brush in the sides before hunt! I won’t use a different field blind! The only con, which is to be expected is there’s not much of a water draining option for the dog when it comes from a water retrieve, so if it’s frigid cold I’d like to see a draining system like an small elevated stand or mesh bottom in the future.

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Dan
Dog blind and vest

Haven’t used it in a hunting situation but so far it works well while my dog is training. Love how it condenses down so it doesn’t take up much room on the pack in and out. In the process of adding grass for field hunts.

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Randolph Yeary
Best dog blind there is

No set up required. Unbuckles, springs into place in less than a second. It's literally an instant set up. You can use grass to further camouflage it. Takedown in less than 5 seconds total. I have no cons. Great for fields. Fyi I don't believe this would suit needs if your standing in water because this will not keep your dog above the water. Best easy to use field blind there is.