The brand new Pond King Skid Duck hunting blind is perfect for those tough-to-get-to spots. The all-welded aluminum blind frame construction and steel skids are made to withstand rough terrain and years of use. Add the aluminum pontoon floats to get the duck blind where it needs to go, and then use the adjustable skid supports to set the blind just in or above the water. The single drop hinged panel opens with just a nudge for easy shooting access for hunters.
The brand new Pond King Skid Duck hunting blind is perfect for those tough-to-get-to spots. The blind is made to withstand rough terrain and years of use with the top section of the blind frame being all-welded aluminum, the floor is constructed of a heavy gauge steel and expanded metal, and the skids and supports are heavy-duty steel. Add the aluminum pontoon floats to get the duck blind where it needs to go, and then use the adjustable skid supports to set the blind just in or above the water. The single drop hinged panel opens with just a nudge for easy shooting access for hunters.
The pontoon floats are not designed for transporting people on the blind. Use them to float the blind to its spot, and then drop your skids to the appropriate level and remove the pontoons.
Green Exterior Paint
Heavy Duty Fencing
7′ Aluminum Bench
Independently Adjustable Skid Supports (12″-36″ range)
- Blind Length: 7'8"
- Overall Length (w/skids): 10'4"
- Overall Length (w/skids & optional dog platform): 11'5"
- Blind Width: 4'
- Width w/optional Handles: 4'6"
- Height (on skids): 7'6"
- Skid Dimensions: 6"W x 34" L (32" sit flat on the ground)
- Skid Support Adjustment Range: 12" - 36"
- Seat Capacity: 3-4 hunters
Is the skid duck blind made of steel or aluminum?
Both. The skids, support legs, floor bracing and expanded metal floor are all made of heavy-gauge steel. The top portion of the blind, the bench, and the pontoons are all made of aluminum. The entire blind is painted.
Can a transom be mounted to this duck blind?
No. This blind is not meant to have a motor on it or people riding on it with the pontoons attached. The pontoons are meant for floating the blind to its final location and are to be removed once the skids are lowered and blind it set into position.
Where does my hunting dog sit on this skid blind?
You would want to add the bolt-on dog platform option. The platform is 50.75″ W x 28″ H x 30″ W with an aluminum frame, marine grade plywood deck and green netting for adding camo. There is also a ladder that can be mounted on the dog platform for the dog to get back into the blind.
How wide are the skids?
The skids are a heavy-gauge 2"x6" steel. They are angled up on the edges to be able to move the blind. The overall length of the skid is 32" (counting the angles), but the flat part that sits on the ground is 24".