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David Sparks Ph.d Set up Blind
by David Sparks Ph.d, click here for bio

Program: Sportsman's Spotlight
Date: August 08, 2018

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Hunting season is right around the corner and there's no better time to get your blinds ready. Understanding why also points out the many "advantages" of an Advantage Hunting Blind. The purpose of a hunting blind is to make you virtually invisible to the eyes, ears and noses of the game you pursue by concealing you inside. The more effective a blind is at doing that the better. Even the best blind will not go entirely unnoticed by wily whitetails and other wary wildlife, at first. That's why it's always a good idea to place your blinds well in advance of when you plan to hunt.The farther ahead of season you set your blinds the better, as it gives deer and other critters time to become accustomed to the new object, and in time completely ignore it.

Features like polycarbonate folding gasketed windows, a heavy-duty polyethylene shell and a rot-proof, double-wall polymer floor allow you to place your blinds well in advance of hunting season without fear of damage from the elements. In fact, you can even leave them between seasons.

Once hunting season rolls around, those features combined with exterior colors that help your blinds blend into the environment and a black interior will keep you concealed inside.

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