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  • How to Brush In a Ground Blind

    The good thing about having a Mossy Oak ground blind is that you don’t have to worry about it blending in with what’s already found in nature, but it is a good idea to disguise the shape of the blind. The benefit of using rope to tie down the blind is that you can more naturally disguise the blin...

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    It’s best to put your minerals out near bedding and feeding areas, locations where they will find and use it. Keep it in the same place year after year, because the deer will learn where that spot is and keep using it. Keep it off the beaten path as not to interfere with vehicles, and make sure t...

  • Best Ground Blind For Bow Hunting

    Bowhunting from a ground blind can be challenging if your blind isn’t big enough. You need lots of room to be able to draw your bow back. How the windows open is important for bowhunting in a ground blind. Find one that allows the window to be opened at a minimum to get the job done. The smaller ...