For years I dreaded having to hunt plowed fields cause they're a b*tch to hide in. Not easy finding layouts that match the color and texture of the dirt let alone 6 of them that match well enough to get birds close enough to kill 6 man limits.
I ended up buying 6 finisher blinds and transformed them into black field blinds cause transforming 6 blinds every time I needed to hunt plowed fields the night before the hunt got old quick!
After buying the blinds I bought several cans of the krylon ultra flat black camo spray paint and painted each blind black.
Then I bought a bunch of german camo mesh and painted that black on both sides too.
Then I cut it to fit each blind and zip tied it to the stubble straps to keep it permenantly in place.
This way not only do the blinds match the color of the field but they also match the texture of the surrounding dirt. It does'nt pay to have a black blind while hunting a field with very little stubble if the blind material doesn't match the texture. Some of the plowed bean fields I hunt are very dark and piling stubble into the straps simply wont match the surroundings.
When we get to the field to set up we dig the blinds down 4-6 inches and then bury the sides to eliminate the edges and stubble according to the surroundings.
Here is one example. This was yesterdays hide. I took the pics in different angles and lighting for the heck of it.
Here's one angle in dirrect sun light. 6 blinds.
Here's a much closer look in softer light. Here you can see the camo mesh better.
Here's a straight on look from about 12yds down wind
And I hate to ruin a good post but he made me do it
The closer they are, The better the show is.