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Hunting from a Deer Hunting Blind

You can find general information on the different types and brands of deer hunting blinds here. But first, why should you use a blind when you’re hunting?

Why Hunting Blinds Make Sense for Deer Hunters

You need to use deer hunting blinds to give you the element of surprise when you’re hunting whitetails. Deer are easily spooked. If a deer can see, hear, or smell you, you won’t be able to surprise that deer, and if you can’t surprise that deer, you’re not going to end your hunt successfully.

That’s where deer hunting blinds come it. You can use either natural blinds, such as brush, fallen trees, branches, rocks and boulders, and natural depressions in the ground to create your own natural deer hunting blinds. You can also buy premade blinds from many sportsman’s shops, like Bass Pro, Gander Mountain, or even Amazon. Don’t be surprised that many outdoors shops sell blinds through Amazon cheap. Where you can get the best deal on hunting blinds varies, so we try to point out where you can get the blind you’re searching for at the best price.

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When it comes to deer hunting blinds you can buy, there are several types to look out for: portable hunting blinds, pop up hunting blinds, elevated hunting blinds, ground blinds, tree stand blinds, chair blinds, and permanent hunting blinds. Several blinds on the market can be more than one type. For example, a portable hunting blind might also be a ground blind or a chair blind. There’s also some overlap between hunting blinds and hunting stands, since tripod stands with a skirt or enclosure around them might be called an enclosed stand or a blind, depending on who you talk to.

You can find success with deer hunting blinds that are simple natural blinds made up of the stuff near your hunting spot, or any of the many manufactured deer blind setups.

The different types of blinds have advantages and disadvantages. Some are better than others for particular hunting situations so get to know your hunting situation so you can make the best decision of what kind of deer hunting blinds you need to set up at your favorite spots.