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I think I've mentioned I had a problem with bees in my hunting blind. When I built it I made a double floor between the blind and the stand.......big mistake! Perfect habitat for the bees.
Today, my buddy and I took the blind down to move to a new lease. When we lowered it ( it's 5 feet off the ground ) and took the blind off the stand, there was this hugh hive in the bottom! :shock: The bees didn't bother us, but they were there!
Here's what it looked like:


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vegasguy said:
Were you able to get any honey?
There was honey, but I wouldn't eat any of it,......not with all the stuff I'd sprayed in there to get rid of them!!!! :roll:
 

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Way kewl pics. I have never seen a hive/nest like that one.

Dave 8)
 

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Yep I dislike bee's.. :lol:
 
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Keep the beesewax. Makes great fly line dressing, I use it in a black pwdr lube mix, also makes good candles. POWDERMAN. :D :D :D :D :D :D
 

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reloaderman said:
I think I've mentioned I had a problem with bees in my hunting blind. When I built it I made a double floor between the blind and the stand.......big mistake! Perfect habitat for the bees.
Today, my buddy and I took the blind down to move to a new lease. When we lowered it ( it's 5 feet off the ground ) and took the blind off the stand, there was this hugh hive in the bottom! :shock: The bees didn't bother us, but they were there!
Here's what it looked like:


A closer look

WHOA!!!!

Mman......
 
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