Hunting seats make waterfowl hunting a much more comfortable experience. Instead of crouching in a marsh, it’s easy to build your own seat quickly.
Build a hunting seat from two pieces of 2” x 4” lumber. Determine a comfortable height for your seat, then add about one foot. Cut the first board to this length. Next, cut two angled pieces from the end of this board, forming a point you can push into the bottom of the marsh. Cut a smaller piece of board for the seat. Attach the two pieces of wood together with wood screws so the finished result is a T-shaped seat.
Finish the seat with camouflage-colored paint, and you can relax on your next waterfowl hunt.