Snag More Deer & Duck This Season With a Hunting Blind
Take a look at some of our more popular options, like the permanent Rivers Edge Landmark 600 Blind, the sleek and stealthy Ameristep Doghouse Run & Gun, or the extremely popular Stump from Banks Outdoors, touted as the only true 360-degree archery blind on the market.
Ground Blinds vs. Elevated Blinds: Which to Choose?
When it comes to hunting any type of animal, a blind is an essential component of staying hidden. But, there are many options out there to choose from, each which provides its own unique benefits and drawbacks. There are a few main considerations when choosing between a ground blind and an elevated blind:
- Ground blinds are highly mobile, meaning you can hunt in multiple places per day. Also, because they’re enclosed, they provide full camouflage and protection from the elements. These small enclosures are also called hub blinds.
- Elevated blinds, sometimes called tree stands, give you a stealthier placement while providing a better view of the surrounding landscape. These are also great for those deer hunters who don’t want their scent on ground level.
Do I need a camo blind for hunting?
Some styles of hunting, such as bowhunting, requires you to get close to your target. In cases like this, camouflage helps to protect you from being seen and allows you to make a more accurate, ethical shot.
Should I consider using a tripod deer stand?
Tripod stands are great for deer hunting, with either a bow or firearm. They offer stability and a comfortable place to sit for a long time, while supplying full-circle rotation. Box hunting blinds also provide a 360-degree view.