On the Trail: Setting up your blind

Posted at 6:22 PM, Oct 23, 2015

If you've never set up a ground blind before,  we hooked up with the best atAl & Bob`s Sports to find the best way to set up your ground blind.

  • Make sure you have good ground cover. You are putting a foreign object in deer territory.
  • Be very quiet.  Clear out the brush ahead of time and have a densely wooded background.
  • Think about using a hub-style blind - easy to set up.
  • Black yourself out, but make sure there is orange visible on all sides.
  • If you are on state land, make sure your name and address is on it.

Submit your Big Buck photos for a chance to win a $20 gift certificate or the Grand Prize of a $250 hunting blind and a $250 shopping spree at Al & Bob's.  Submit them on the Al & Bob's Facebook page here.  Last week's winner was Cody Robrahn.

Big Buck Photo Winner Cody Robrahn

Big Buck Photo Winner Cody Robrahn