East End Waterfowling has 8 Field and water blinds that are used throughout the season. Stand up field blinds are very effective for us and several dozen full body Avian duck decoys and groups of mojos are used, blinds are so well camouflaged that you can reach out and touch them.
Many days last season hunters enjoyed some of the best duck hunting anywhere. Not uncommon many days to fill 4-5 man limits.

Blinds are comfortable, warm and unlike pit blinds the hunters can watch the waterfowl circle the spread which is what it all about anyway! We purchased a Polaris Crew a couple years ago to make transport of hunters, decoys and equipment to the blinds a simple task. 

Stand up Blinds


Our stand up blinds are placed in strips of standing corn for maximum concealment . They are very effective, but you better use an open choke as the mallards land at your feet!
Field blinds also are deadly and offer comfort and success in those cold wet days.

Floating Blinds and Shore Blinds


East End Waterfowling  established hunting permits for blinds in Bridgehampton and Water Mill as far back as 1965 and they are still hunted with great success today. The blinds located on fresh water creeks and ponds are comfortable, roomy, some even offer bucket seats and stoves for cooking pancakes and bacon in the morning!