Barronett Blinds Expands Lineup with Big Cat 350

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Big Cat Backwoods

BarronettCumberland, WI -( Barronett Blinds, well-known for their large hunting hub blinds, has introduced the Big Cat 350 to its product lineup.

New for 2015, the Big Cat continues Barronett’s tradition of big blinds and adds new and improved features.

“In 2009 we introduced the Grounder 350, and hunters discovered that they preferred the extra room it offered,” said Barronett Blinds CEO Michael Furseth. “They could share their blind with friends or family, shoot from standing positions, and move around and stretch comfortably after long periods of waiting. The Big Cat builds upon that discovery.”

At 80” tall and 90” wide, the Big Cat has plenty of room for up to three hunters. Even at this size, transport and setup is simple. The blind folds down to easily fit into the included backpack and only weighs 19 pounds. When hunters find the perfect spot, they simply pop open the five durable hubs and are ready to hunt. The Big Cat integrates Barronett’s thickest, stiffest fiberglass poles to date, creating a sturdy structure that won’t collapse. Like all of Barronett’s blinds, setup and takedown takes less than a minute.

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Big Cat Blades

The Big Cat features 12 oversized, zipperless windows made of replaceable, shoot-through mesh as well as two gun ports allowing a perfect angle for every shot. While the Big Cat is truly big in nearly every aspect, it remains low-profile thanks to Barronett’s exclusive BLOODTRAIL Camo options. Whether in a field or a forest, these blinds blend into the surroundings and avoid the noticeable “blob” effect that other blinds have when viewed from a distance.

“At Barronett, we build from our own experiences in the field. As passionate hunters, we are always discovering new ways to improve our products,” said Furseth. “The Big Cat provides the best features on the market and the room to use them.”

The Big Cat 350 Blind is available in stores and online now. To learn more, visit