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  • 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...

  • How to Secure and Anchor Your Ground ...

    Ground blinds come with stakes for securing the ground blind, but for extra security and if you’re planning to leave the blind in one spot for the season, bring some rope and tie the blind down at all four corners. You can also use the rope as a way to add branches or brush to better conceal the ...

  • DIY Bow Hanger • Ground Blind Accesso...

    Ground blinds typically have a rod across the top inside the blind which is a great place to have hooks to keep equipment like bows or binoculars. Take welding rods or some other stiff wire and bend them about two inches from one end and five inches from the other to make an S hook. Wrap the hook...