Category: Hunting Blind
Hunters often want to find out which is the best hunting blind.
Many are also interested in information on a hunting ground blind, deer blind or deer blind plans?
If you are looking for this information, or want general information about blinds, then you have come to the right place.
You will find lots of useful information here on the benefits of using blinds, how to hunt more successfully using them, hunting strategies, and blind plans.
Portable blinds are becoming more and more popular with hunters for hunting large game as well as ducks, turkey and waterfowl.
Our buyer’s guide covers some of the considerations you need to think about before purchasing a portable blind.
Hunting with blinds is becoming more and more popular as hunters realize the benefits of blinds, and find their hunting becomes more fun, exciting and rewarding.
When hunting animals or waterfowl, the element of surprise is one of the strongest factors hunters can have in their favor.
That element of surprise comes about when the hunter can’t be seen, heard or scented.
Blinds provide ways to achieve some of these elements [depending on the style of blind] by concealing the hunter, and reducing the noise and scent distribution by confining them within the blind.
Blinds can be as simple as a natural blind constructed of materials near the intended hunting spot, to portable easily assembled or pop-up blinds, through to permanent box tower stands or blinds.
Each of these types of blind have advantages and disadvantages, and are suited to particular hunting situations.
The definition between a stand and a blind is not always that clear, as tripod stands with a skirt or enclosure around them, can be called an enclosed stand or a blind.
There are generally several different types that include:
- Natural blind
- Portable blind
- Pop-up blind
- Duck blind
- Goose hunting blind
- Deer blind [several types]
- Natural blinds
- portable blind
- Pop-up blinds
- Hunting box blinds
- Elevated or tower blinds
- Tripod blinds