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Ground Blind Hunting: Getting Face to Face with Whitetails

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Ground Blind Hunting: Getting Face to Face with Whitetails

Ground blinds serve many useful purposes, from allowing setting up in areas where stand trees are completely absent, to quelling the acrophobe’s fears of heights, to making bowhunting turkey almost too easy. Blinds can also be used to share hunts with a fidgety child or loved one, cut a chilling wind during frigid late seasons or contain scent at a difficult whitetail site. The modern pop-up blind provides instant concealment in a wide variety of situations, from the edge of a whitetail’s corn field to the elk’s mountain waterhole, while an old-fashioned brush blind is just as viable today as it was in Fred Bear’s day. Getting the most out of hunting blinds includes a few basic ground rules, but certainly isn’t the handicap many believe. Here’s how to proceed.

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