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YakGear Ambush Camo Kayak Cover & Hunting Blind
- Camo cover for kayaks, canoes and jon boats 12 feet to 14 feet long and up to 38 inches wide
- RealTree Max5 camo pattern, Made of rip-stop material to prevent tears
- Rope drawstring allows you to pull the front and back tight to hold against gunwales
- Designed to be used as a shooters blind once at the appropriate location but can also be used when paddling or peddling short distances
- Pre-sewn vegetation straps easily allow for brush to be added on
- material type: Canvas
DecoyPro Decoy Gloves Waterproof â€“ Elbow Length Duck Hunting Decoy Gloves Neoprene â€“ Textured Grip â€“ Insulated Waterproof Decoy Gloves Hunting - Wader Gloves
- WATERPROOF DECOY GLOVES FOR JUST $22.97! Some elbow length duck hunting decoy gloves neoprene cost $60 or more. These insulated waterproof decoy gloves are perfect for any duck hunter.
- ELBOW LENGTH DESIGN – With these elbow length waterproof decoy gloves hunting you will be able to keep your hands dry and warm while setting up and taking down your duck decoy spread.
- TEXTURED GRIP SURFACE – These decoy gloves have a specially designed grip surface on the fingers and palms so you can have a tight grip on your decoys and decoy lines as you place them in the water.
- SOFT INSULATED LINING - Designed with comfort and warmth in mind, the inside of these gloves are lined with 5mm thick soft neoprene to keep you warm and comfortable during your hunting trips.
- ONE SIZE FITS MOST (Medium to Extra Large) - Designed to fit well on a variety of hand sizes (Medium to XL) for a natural and comfortable feel.
Premium 100% Cotton Canvas Bell Tent, Water Repellent complete with Steel Center & Door Pole, Roof Vents, Bug mesh Doors & Windows for All Season Camping and Glamping (16ft (5M), Water Repellent)
- BREATHABLE FABRIC: 100% cotton 8.5 oz. Army Duck Canvas in beige color, Waterproof, Mildew & UV Resistant, also available with Fire Retardant Finish.
- COMPLETE PACKAGE: includes High Quality Sewn-in PE groundsheet, 5” wide Stove Jack opening, Standard Bug Mesh on Door and three Windows, 4 Strategic Vents for extra ventilation, Heavy duty trouble-free top grade zippers for maximum functionality, Galvanized Steel Entrance Pole and Center Pole, Tool Kit that includes Pegs, Pins, Rain Cap and Rubber Mallet- ALL packed in waterproof tent bag
- 4 FOUR SEASON TENT: All of our bell tents are waterproof as we have used weightless WR (Water + Mildew) treatment that maintains the natural breathability of 100% cotton. It has a 5” stove jack, made from fire retardant material with a 43x43 cm flap so you can safely cook inside the tent or use it to stay warm on a cold night and an electric cable outlet to keep your phone or laptop charged. Ideal for camping and glamping.
- EXTREMELY SPACIOUS: The yurt style tent has a spacious design with standard wall height of 2'7" which is higher than the standard wall of a bell tent that makes the tent extremely comfortable. You can easily stand inside the tent and feel very relaxed utilizing maximum space. The space allows 4 person tent, 6 person tent, 10 person tent.
- HIGH QUALITY FEATURES: The bell tent has 2 layered windows and 2 layered door; canvas cover that could be rolled up and additional bug mesh to keep the bugs out yet allowing for the cool breeze to come in for a calm long night sleep. The windows and door come with heavy duty trouble-free top grade zippers that you can rely on. It also includes high quality sewn-in PE groundsheet for additional bug protection and to keep rain water out. All the seams are double stitched, corners are reinforced
Lucky Duck 6040-0104 21-20113-8 Lil' Critter
- The Lil' Critter's erratic motion predator decoy entices coyote and foxes within range
- Adjustable height, from 10" - 18" off the ground
- Base rests on any terrain, no stakes to pound into the ground
- Simple, portable, and effective - and easily fits in your pocket
- Quick and easy setup, runs on 4 AA batteries (not included)
Junior Seau's Death Should Serve as a Wake Up Call
The New Orleans Saints certainly set a poor example with their game of head hunting but it may have opened up the door to how the game is taught.
The death of former NFL football player Junior Seau should serve as a wake up call if not a heads up that the violent nature of the game puts the life of the athlete in peril. Brain injuries in football have been on the rise along with other issues in regards to steroid use and heat related deaths.
Every year reports come in from around the country about college and high school football players losing their life playing a game. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention high school athletes report nearly four million concussions every year.
The NFL has been plagued recently with the untimely deaths of several prominent stars, who either lost their life or took their own life as a direct result of head trauma suffered from years of constant contact.
Changes in the rules of the game or how it is played would only be scratching the surface as to the real problem with the violence on the field. Andrew Grundstein an associate professor at the University of Georgia was quoted in a USA Today interview stating there have been 123 deaths of high school football players from 1960-2020.
Last year it was reported in a New York Times article that 16-year-old Ridge Barden a football player from John C. Birdlebough High School in Phoenix, New York died as a result of a cerebral hemorrhage.
The incidents of head trauma in the sport of football are on the rise and parents, coaches and administrators need to take a long hard look at where the game of football is heading.
Changes have been made to the headgear worn in an effort to make the game safer but is the helmet the only line of defense against head injuries. How the game is taught certainly has something to do with the rising head injuries.
The New Orleans Saints certainly set a poor example when several players and their head coach were suspended for comprising a game of head hunting.
Coaches and administrators need to step back and take a hard long look at where the game of football is headed. The heads you win and tails you lose may take on a whole new meaning.