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Sportsman’s Condo Introduces DEER THUGS Blind


WEST POINT, MS – Designed with the help of the Mossy Oak Deer Thugs and Ronnie “Cuz” Strickland, the new Sportsman’s Condo DEER THUGS blind takes the pop-up style ground blind to the next level in comfort and durability. 

Molded from tough polyethylene that helps contain scent, this blind is a true SUV of pop-up style blinds whether you hunt with a bow, crossbow or gun. The Sportsman’s Condo comfortably fits two hunters and features a weatherproof design and material that won’t fade in the sun or flap in the wind like a fabric blind.

Weighing 175-pounds allows for portability while making it strong enough to allow “brushing in” without collapsing like the pop-up style blinds. Two window openings in the front allow for easy views for two people while the black color on the inside hides movement. Additional windows or peep openings may be added for a true customized blind. 

DeerThugs_ll“We are excited about our partnership with a great company like Mossy Oak and the DEER THUGS brand,” said Mark Bernegger, co-founder of Southern Outdoor Technologies, maker of Sportsman’s Condo. “We are honored to be able to help our wounded veterans through this partnership.”

A portion of the licensing dollars generated by T.H.U.G. products goes to the Outdoor Recreation Heritage Fund (, which helps our military heroes get back to the outdoors and return to the traditions their sacrifices helped protect. T.H.U.G. is an acronym for Today’s Hunters United for Good. To learn more about Deer Thugs, click here

Sportsman’s Condo is now available from Southern Outdoor Technologies and will be available from retailers this spring. For more information or to order, log on to

Ladies Dressed in Mossy Oak Took Longbeards with Lew Deal of the PVA-ORHF
This past spring, we put on an all-ladies turkey hunt at Dee DOT Timberland near Jacksonville, Florida. The picture in most people’s minds of a wounded veteran is a man who’s been in combat and suffered a life-changing injury. But on this turkey hunt, we had one lady who had fought in the war, one whose husband had fought and died for his country and the spouses of two severely-wounded soldiers.

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