mojo-timber-and-blind-bag-1
mojo-timber-and-blind-bag-1mojo-timber-and-blind-bag-2mojo-timber-and-blind-bag-3mojo-timber-and-blind-bag-4
HW2477

MOJO® Timber/Blind Bag

MSRP:$99.99
Locate a retail store near you
or
Add to cart
Free shipping on all Continental US orders!

Waterproof Interior Pocket

Mossy Oak BLADES camo

Bring all your Gear!

Product Info

MOJO® dipped its feet in the bag line pond with the launch of the Flock A Flicker Bag in 2017, which turned out to be a hit because it was something the consumer wanted and needed, and it was a quality product specifically designed for its use.  With innovation and quality being top priorities, MOJO® is proud to extend the launch of their first ever bag line into 2018.   

The MOJO® Timber/Blind Bag was crafted with a durable water resistant material in the Mossy Oak® BLADES camo (orange interior), maximizing comfort and convenience.  This bag is ideal for carrying all of your hunting gear or accessories, as well as, extra shells or Fatal Shot Custom Choke Tubes.  Keep your cell phone or other small electronics safe and dry with a dedicated, waterproof interior pocket.  A hideaway tree strap makes this versatile hunting bag perfect for both timber and blind setups.

Features include:

+ Oversized 6V battery pockets

+ Water Resistant and durable material in Mossy Oak® BLADES camo with orange interior

+ Waterproof zippered interior pocket for cell phone

+ Hideaway Tree Strap for timber or blind use

+ Choke Tube and/or Shell slots in front zippered pocket

+ Thermos or water bottle holder

+ Compression molded bottom to withstand mud and heavy use

+ Interior, zippered shell pouch

Key Features

  • BUILT TOUGH FOR THE ELEMENTS: Durable and water resistant exterior in Mossy Oak® BLADES camo with orange interior
  • CARRY ALL YOUR ACCESSORIES: Shell or choke tube slots, extra 6V battery pockets, thermos/water bottle holder, and waterproof cell phone pocket
  • BRING EXTRA SHELLS AND CHOKES: Interior zippered shell pouch and exterior zippered shell and choke tube slot holders
  • MAXIMIZE COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE: Hideaway tree strap and Adjustable Padded shoulder strap makes this bag perfect for both blind and timber setups.

Related Product Videos

video

Legal Disclaimer

  WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Diisononyl Phthalate (DINP), which is (are) known to the State of California to cause cancer (and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm). For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

2 customer reviews

5 out of 5 stars
  • 5 star
    2
  • 4 star
    0
  • 3 star
    0
  • 2 star
    0
  • 1 star
    0
Mojo Blind/Timber Bag Initial Review. Five stars, but…
2 months ago
Your review
I want to start off by saying this is a really, really, nice bag and even without having used it yet, I’d buy it again in a heartbeat! I would have liked to have hunted with this before reviewing it, but I don’t want to wait 6 months for that.

The quality of materials and construction appears to be top notch. Better than I have seen in most of the bags I've looked at. The bottom is a flexible molded material. The best way I can think to describe it is like a really tough, durable, nicely finished, foam rubber fabric that is flexible but maintains its shape. The outer fabric is heavy and durable and the main compartment is padded and finished with a quality fabric, although for some reason it and a few appurtenances are blaze orange. Between the semi-rigid bottom and the main compartment padding, this bag maintains its shape really well. Zippers all work smoothly without binding and there are no unfinished edges or lose threads to catch in them. The hardware is mostly plastic but is heavy duty and seems like it will stand up to quite a bit of abuse. The heavy duty handle on the top lays flat to the bag to keep its profile minimal, but is still highly functional.

The main compartment is almost exactly the size of eight boxes of 25, 3”, 12 gauge sh*l*s (just slightly larger), or 6 boxes of 3-1/2” with a couple inches at the end. The bottle holder fits my 18oz Thermos travel mug perfectly.

There is nice little hang-on sh*l* holder which, at first glance, appears to fit a box of 12ga sh*l*s. Well, it does, just not in the box…not even a 2-3/4” box. But it does hold twenty-five, 3” sh*l*s dropped in loosely. It seems like it'll be quite handy!

The size of this bag is what caught my attention and is exactly what I was looking for. A couple boxes of sh*l*s, duck calls, extra gloves, my travel mug and a few other small items fit perfectly in a bag that’s small and easy to carry.

As I said, I am already a big fan of this bag, but there is room for some improvements:

The front pocket zips ALL THE WAY open and hinges on the bottom, meaning if you aren’t paying attention, any loose items are falling out – going for a swim if you’re hunting flooded timber. This pocket really needs internal side flaps to limit how far it opens and help keep stuff inside.

The front and side pockets desperately need mesh pouches like the ones in the main compartment.

It never fails, when you are trying to drink a little coffee, ducks show up. To facilitate quick stowing of your thermos or water, the bottle pouch may have been better served with a slightly over-sized opening and a cinch cord. But again, I haven’t used it in the real world so I might be premature with that a*sessment.

I am pretty sure the one thing every serious waterfowler would like in a blind bag is a waterproof main compartment…yet very few have it (yes, the MOJO Guide Bag does, but that’s a much bigger bag). This bag does have a really nice, solid, waterproof bottom, but I’d like to be able to put it in the bottom of the boat after the dog has gone in and out a dozen times (i.e. there’s 6” of water in the boat) and know the stuff in my bag is going to stay dry. I really wish the main compartment were waterproof up to the zipper.

This is a waterfowl bag…what’s with the blaze orange interior?!?!?!?!?!? I just don’t get it! Is there some research paper out there that says duck don’t see orange?

All that being said, I am really excited to hunt with this bag!

Show more
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful
Mojo Blind/Timber Bag Initial Review. Five stars, but…
2 months ago
Your review
I want to start off by saying this is a really, really, nice bag and even without having used it yet, I’d buy it again in a heartbeat! I would have liked to have hunted with this before reviewing it, but I don’t want to wait 6 months for that.

The quality of materials and construction appears to be top notch. Better than I have seen in most of the bags I've looked at. The bottom is a flexible molded material. The best way I can think to describe it is like a really tough, durable, nicely finished, foam rubber fabric that is flexible but maintains its shape. The outer fabric is heavy and durable and the main compartment is padded and finished with a quality fabric, although for some reason it and a few appurtenances are blaze orange. Between the semi-rigid bottom and the main compartment padding, this bag maintains its shape really well. Zippers all work smoothly without binding and there are no unfinished edges or lose threads to catch in them. The hardware is mostly plastic but is heavy duty and seems like it will stand up to quite a bit of abuse. The heavy duty handle on the top lays flat to the bag to keep its profile minimal, but is still highly functional.

The main compartment is almost exactly the size of eight boxes of 25, 3”, 12 gauge sh*l*s (just slightly larger), or 6 boxes of 3-1/2” with a couple inches at the end. The bottle holder fits my 18oz Thermos travel mug perfectly.

There is nice little hang-on sh*l* holder which, at first glance, appears to fit a box of 12ga sh*l*s. Well, it does, just not in the box…not even a 2-3/4” box. But it does hold twenty-five, 3” sh*l*s dropped in loosely. It seems like it'll be quite handy!

The size of this bag is what caught my attention and is exactly what I was looking for. A couple boxes of sh*l*s, duck calls, extra gloves, my travel mug and a few other small items fit perfectly in a bag that’s small and easy to carry.

As I said, I am already a big fan of this bag, but there is room for some improvements:

The front pocket zips ALL THE WAY open and hinges on the bottom, meaning if you aren’t paying attention, any loose items are falling out – going for a swim if you’re hunting flooded timber. This pocket really needs internal side flaps to limit how far it opens and help keep stuff inside.

The front and side pockets desperately need mesh pouches like the ones in the main compartment.

It never fails, when you are trying to drink a little coffee, ducks show up. To facilitate quick stowing of your thermos or water, the bottle pouch may have been better served with a slightly over-sized opening and a cinch cord. But again, I haven’t used it in the real world so I might be premature with that a*sessment.

I am pretty sure the one thing every serious waterfowler would like in a blind bag is a waterproof main compartment…yet very few have it (yes, the MOJO Guide Bag does, but that’s a much bigger bag). This bag does have a really nice, solid, waterproof bottom, but I’d like to be able to put it in the bottom of the boat after the dog has gone in and out a dozen times (i.e. there’s 6” of water in the boat) and know the stuff in my bag is going to stay dry. I really wish the main compartment were waterproof up to the zipper.

This is a waterfowl bag…what’s with the blaze orange interior?!?!?!?!?!? I just don’t get it! Is there some research paper out there that says duck don’t see orange?

All that being said, I am really excited to hunt with this bag!

Show more
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful