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Bow Hunting From a Ground Blind

Whitetail Deer • Mossy Oak University, Season 1, Episode 21 – 1m 48s

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  • Ground Blind Setup

    When you set up your ground blind, the most important thing to consider is where you will enter the ground blind. You want to be as quiet and concealed as possible to keep from spooking the deer. Be sure you can enter the ground blind in a spot that makes it difficult to be spotted. You also want...

  • Ground Blind Hunting Tips

    There are two main things you cannot overlook when hunting from a ground blind. Proper seating and camouflaging your hands and face. You’re going to be the blind for a while, so you want a seat with a back and without arms, which can get in the way when aiming or shooting. You may even consider a...

  • Ground Blind Placement

    When setting up a ground blind for deer hunting, location is key. Look for cover or bedding areas and food sources, as the deer will leave their bedding areas to head to that food source. Ground blinds should be placed where you have clear vision into the deer’s feeding area, but still allows you...