If you are a hunter, then you need to learn how to build a homemade hunting blind to kill those big bucks you keep missing. Yes, you can kill a big buck without the hunting blind. However, if you have a blind, you are less likely to be discovered and will be more likely to kill more. A homemade hunting blind is better than a hunting blind from a store. The reason for this is because if you use the right things, you will throw the deer off and you will not be discovered. Listed below are instructions on how to make a homemade hunting blind. Use this to make your blind and watch yourself kill more deer.
You will need:
- Camouflage Fabric
- Tree Branches and Leaves
- Staple Gun
- First, buy the best camouflage fabric you can find. Make sure it is thick and at least twenty feet in length. This will give you plenty of room to look out and move freely. It also helps you not be seen by the deer.
- Find a spot in the woods you would like to setup your hunting blind. Step off by walking the desired length and width your blind will be. Stake each corner of the blind so you have the distance desired. Make sure you stakes or poles are the same height so that your blind will be even.
- Next, it is time to drape your fabric over the stakes. Once you have your fabric in place, staple the fabric to the stakes. If you do not want to use stakes, you can use four small trees to do this. Keeping it natural would increase chances of not being seen.
- Now use the tree branches and leaves you found and place over and around the fabric. Your homemade hunting blind is now complete and ready to use. Now it is time to sit back and wait for that big buck you have been seeing. Good luck, that buck is waiting to go in your freezer!
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