|A hunting blind is a hiding place used by hunters to
conceal their positions from the prey they seek.
Commonly, hunting blinds are associated with hunting
waterfowl, but bow and rifle hunters hunting deer and
turkeys have been know to use them as well. Types of
blinds can vary from a simple hole in the dirt to
lavish subterranean houses. Another design is simply a
bunch of underbrush collected into a pile, with the
hunter sits in an open area in the center. A blind can
be anything that succeeds in concealing the hunter.
That being said, the possibilities and types are
endless. Some are store bought, some are constructed
by the hunter, still others are built on site by
It is key to select a blind that is useful for your
particular style hunting. A popular type is the
pop-up. These are hunting blinds are prefabricated and
can be set up quickly and effortlessly. These are
popular with hunters who move around, and do not hunt
from a stationary position, such as a tree stand.
These pop-up-blinds, like regular blinds, come in
varying degrees of quality and price. Some of these
have the feature of being able to be shot through,
without throwing the shot off. Others are cheap and
can be thrown away after one use. Also size is an
important factor to consider. Some models will
undoubtedly be too small to be comfortable to a bow
hunter, who requires elbow room. On the other hand, a
blind that is too big and conspicuous will not be
camouflaged in open hunting areas. These factors, and
it's adaptability, are important factors to consider
before selecting the blind that is correct for you.