Just wanted to throw a quick comment in here about brush blinds. I too, love hunting on the ground. Haven’t climbed a tree since I switched to traditional gear. One thing I have noticed is that, now that I cover much more ground over the course of a season, I come across the remnants of old blinds quite often. I think it’s good sportsmanship to hold ourselves responsible to the notion that if we take the time to build these, we should take the time to disassemble them at the end of the season. Kind of a leave no trace concept. I’m speaking of course about public land here. Let the next guy or gal have that feeling that they found a sweet spot just as we did when we found it for the first time. Just a thought.
Reply To: Ground GameDavid Fudala2017-01-15T00:53:01-07:00