One of the blind’s major advantages, I quickly learned, besides its affordability, is its ease of transport. Baskfield hunts on a river and would lose his plywood blind every spring if he didn’t remove it, due to rising waters. Carrying rolled-up pieces of carpet is easier than hauling plywood to his spot each year. The blind is also great for folks who don’t own the land they hunt and can’t build a permanent structure. All told, the blind will not only save you money, but also the time and energy required to build a more temporary setup.