Learning how to make an ATV hunting blind is not too difficult. You will know how to use certain tools, and how to work with wood to undertake the process, however. Following is advice on how to make an ATV hunting blind.
- Long two by four boards
- Camouflaged tarp(s)
- Saw, such as table saw
- Staple gun
- First, buy all of the supplies you will need. The tools, basic supplies, and wood are available at home improvement or construction supply stores, and a camouflaged tarp can be bought from any outdoor outfitter.
- Next, construct a large frame for the ATV hunting hunting blind using two by fours. It should be sized to your specifications, and have a rectangular shape, with wide and tall sides, and studs at the tops and bottoms holding the long corner boards together.
- Then, cut the camouflage tarp to the height of the bland, and wrap it around, stapling it to the vertical two by four corner supports of the frame, and to the sides of the horizontal tops and bottoms. Cut a section if a second tarp if the one that you have is not large enough. Then, turn the hunting blind on its side, and staple a square section to the top of the blind to act as its roof.
- Now all that you have to do is make an entrance, and viewing area. Cut a slit in one side, and make small, but efficient windows with scissors. Then, hook it up to your ATV, and head out hunting!
Learning how to make an ATV hunting blind is not too hard for those who know how to use tools and are good at building things. Take your time during the process, and you can have a nice, homemade blind for your next hunting excursion.
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