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  1. Primos Double Bull Shack Attack Hunting Blind

    Primos Double Bull Shack Attack Hunting Blind

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  2. Big Dog 300 Hunting Blind

    Big Dog 300 Hunting Blind

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  3. Barronett Big Mike XT

    Barronett Big Mike XT Hunting Blind

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  1. Ameristep Doghouse hunting Blind with Realtree Xtra Camo

    Ameristep Doghouse Hunting Blind with Realtree Xtra Camo

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  2. GhostBlind Predator 4 Panel Hunting Blind

    GhostBlind Predator 4 Panel Hunting Blind

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  3. Double Bull® Double Wide™ Door Ground Blind 60060

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  1. Primos The Club XL Hunting Blind

    Primos The Club XL™ Ground Blind

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  2. Primos The Club Hunting Blind

    Primos The Club™ Ground Blind

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  3. Ameristep Brickhouse Hunting Blind with Realtree Xtra Camo

    Ameristep Brickhouse Hunting Blind with Realtree Xtra Camo

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  1. Big Dog Pop Up Hunting Blind

    Big Dog Pop Up Hunting Blind

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  2. Primos The Club XL Hunting Blind

    Primos The Club XXL™ Ground Blind

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  3. Barronett Big Mike Super Tough Hunting Blind

    Barronett Big Mike Super Tough Hunting Blind

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  1. Ameristep Caretaker Hunting Blind with Realtree Xtra Camo

    Ameristep Caretaker Hunting Blind with Realtree Xtra Camo

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  2. GhostBlind Runner 6 Panel Hunting Blind

    GhostBlind Runner 6 Panel Hunting Blind

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  3. Barronett Big Mike

    Barronett Big Mike Hunting Blind

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Ground Blind vs. Tree Stand

Many hunters think a tree stand is the way to go for hunting. It's true, the vantage point from a tree stand can't be matched anywhere on the ground. However, there's really no great way to be concealed from a tree. Ground blinds have plenty of advantages that can't be found in a tree stand.

Safety

First and foremost in hunting: Safety. Safety should be every hunters top priority, especially if they're up in a tree with a loaded gun. If this doesn't sound like fun to you, consider a ground blind. Ground blinds keep you on the ground, where slight missteps have a lot less consequences

Mobility

Ground blinds are infinitely easier to set up, and carry around with you. Our portable ground blinds are also extremely easy to carry around, and deconstruct, while tree stands are not. Many tree stands are difficult to get set up, and some even require multiple people. If you'd like to change your hunting spot throughout the season, a tree stand is much, much harder to relocate, even to just a short distance away.

Comfort

Hunting season often takes place in the low temperatures. Tree stands do very little to shield from the cold. Ground blinds, however, keep hunters a great deal warmer while stalking their prey. This may seem like a nonessential in the great outdoors, but just think about how much better your concentration, and your shot, will be when you're comfortable.

Pop Up Deer Hunting Blinds

Think hunting from an elevated stand is the only way to hunt deer? Think again. More and more hunters are discovering that ground blinds for deer hunting are just as effective. Plus they're safer, easier to get into, and they keep your feet on the ground. No more holding your breath at 20 feet off the ground. Even better, you can bring a friend or family member along to share the experience. There's even room for a video camera so you can relive the thrill all over again.

The most important thing to know about deer hunting from a ground blind is to camouflage the blind so that it blends in seamlessly with the environment. Take the time to brush in the blind with surrounding vegetation to break up the outline. The camouflage pattern on the ground blind will help you blend in with the area, but your chances of success are much greater if you add natural foliage to the outline of the blind. Use deadfall, brush, leaves, and other foliage to camouflage your ground blind.

If possible, set up the deer blind a week or two in advance to allow the deer to get used to it. Position the blind so that the deer will come towards it at an angle down the trail. You don't want deer to be coming directly towards the ground blind.

To make sure your silhouette doesn't show, keep the window behind you closed. The blackout interior will swallow your shadow. Only open windows on two or three sides, and use camouflage mesh for better concealment. The mesh lets you see outside but keeps the deer from seeing you inside the blind.

 
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