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Author Topic: Ground Blind Set up's  (Read 440 times)

Offline steve7253

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Ground Blind Set up's
« on: March 13, 2013, 07:13:22 AM »
Steve’s Strategies, turkey time blind sets. During both spring and fall, I like to set my blinds on the edges of timber and open fields as early as possible. I want the birds to get use to them. Often they will roost very close. They just seem to prefer to fly down into open areas, such as pastures, rather than woods or brush. Often birds will wing great distances to a preferred landing zone. I will set up my decoys so they can see them both from the roost and across the open fields. Birds landing right in the decoys are not uncommon. I also like to have a blind or two set up in my food plots for the late morning hunts. Occasionally I find a blind location that is ideal for both deer and turkeys, such as a wood’s line scrape. Those spots require, deserve, extra attention and scrutiny. More ground blind Tips, Secrets and Must have Equipment are available at

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Re: Ground Blind Set up's
« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2013, 12:39:21 AM »
You know as far as turkeys go as long as you setup before they get to your blind , even in the middle of a field they really pay no attention to it , movement on the other hand will send them all running . 
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