I always built two blinds. One for South to West wind, the other for the Northwest to Northeast. I don't have a fixed blind for East wind since in South Carolina that means bad weather & changing wind related to front moving thru. I use chicken wire attached to native trees(4") six ft long, poles two ft in ground. I always stick branches & vines along with whatever is growing in area in wire. I pile extra brush horizontal around bottom of blind. Then I stack big limbs, etc pointing up so blind looks a bush pile. I anchor a 2x4 or 2x6 at shooting height for rifle rest. Attach a solid(no light pass thru) to close entry. The solid backdoor prevents you from being lighted up when you are in hunting position. Make sure any manmade material has no UV in it. You can not wash it out. You get glasses that show up UV material. All military BDU'S are UV free because UV stands out brighter in night goggles. May sound like overkill but you are going to be to in blind for many hours. You must assume you are ambushing a special forces team because a mature buck is a special force. You can use four 6' 1/2" conduit. Drill small holes up the conduit to tie wire or netting to. Use a short 2x4 to hammer post in, hammer end of conduit to flat point, like a flat head screw looks .Use same back entry cover. Put local brush against blind. Use shooting stick with a 3 ft 1/2" steel rod or conduit driven in ground to tie stick to for stable, solid rest. Don't worry about noise, you might rattle him in.
Last edited by Unregistered; 07-06-2014 at 10:36 PM.
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