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Ground Hunting the Natural Way – Part Two

Now that your location has been set, let’s spend some time on blind construction. For starters, I’m not really fond of referring to the way I hunt as hunting out of a “blind” because it isn’t really a “blind” per say. When I think of “blind” I think of something synthetic like a store-bought pop-up. I prefer “enhancing natural cover” to creating a blind. For those who think I’m splitting hairs, you wouldn’t call food plots “baiting” would you? Same difference. Continue reading Ground Hunting the Natural Way – Part Two

Ground Hunting the Natural Way – Part One

Bowhunting on the ground is a heart-thumping endeavor that appears to be on the decline due to the popularity treestands. While it is true treestands offer considerable advantages, the experience of taking an animal at eye-level close enough to hear it breath is incomparable. Continue reading Ground Hunting the Natural Way – Part One