WATERFOWL

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BLIND STRATEGIES FOR WATERFOWL 

HUNTING WHERE COVER IS PRESENT

 

When using the blind if there is already cover present you can simply place the blind along the outer edge or cut back into the cover already there. Then getting in behind the blind and crouching down behind the cover or setting on a chair behind the cover.

HUNTING WITHOUT EXISTING COVER

 

Using the blind out in the open away from other cover (open water, field etc.) we recommend using at least two 2-arm blinds or more depending on the number of hunters. Use one for the front and one for the back works extremely well for us. 

HUNTING FIELD EDGES

 

We have had so much success with these blinds by hunting the field edges. Simply brush in the blind and set it up against brushy fence rows, woods, or in ditches. The other added benefit to using the blind is being able to hunt with a group of buddies all in the same blind, simply by adding additional blinds or blind arms giving the appearance of one section of cover, not a bunch of individual sections, which tends to be detected by animals more.