Bags for a Day in the Blind Waterfowlers enjoy their gear, and spending a day in the blind means packing lots of extras like shells, gloves and, of course, a few snacks. But transporting this stuff to the blind can be a headache. Cabela's and Plano, among others, introduced blind bags--hard-bottomed, waterproofed, camouflaged bags with numerous pockets to hold it all--from hunting licenses to thermoses. Blind bags offer simplicity and stand up to the wettest conditions. For more about the Plano bag ($41, left), visit www.planomolding.com. For the Cabela's bag ($20-$40, right), go to www.cabelas.com.