The good thing about natural blinds is that you can set up as many as you like through out your hunting area, you don't have to take them down and store them when the season ends, and you can still hunt from blind to blind changing your position to compensate for directional changes with the wind. I think that natural blinds are also less likely to spook deer as you can add to them gradually, slowly building them up and allowing the animals to get used to them.
One thing I like to do is cut a tree branch and hold it in front of me when I'm on a still hunt . From what I have seen deer have very poor depth perception but can pick up movment and objects. They seem to have a hard time with telling what I am when holding a branch in my face and when the time is right stick it in the ground and draw and shoot.I Hope that help's some one.
ORIGINAL: Everyday Hunter
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