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Tips for Hunting Out of a Blind with YOUR CROSSBOW!



Getting ready for the upcoming Pennsylvania Crossbow Season, the 37 Days of Awesome! Here’s some tips about hunting out of a blind with a crossbow as I get ready to do just that!

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  1. I LIKE USING GHOST BLINDS , ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS ANGLE THEM RIGHT . THEY ARE MIRROR PANELS THAT REFLECT THE SURROUNDINGS . I USE THEM IN CONJUNCTION WITH A SHALLOW PIT FOR MY FEET AND I SIT ON A PA THICK PAD ON THE GROUND AND I WEAR A GHILLIE SUIT . I HAVE AN AMERISTEP DOG HOUSE BLIND TOO WITH A SWIVEL SHOOTING CHAIR WITH A GUN REST ,OR CROSSBOW REST .

  2. You know more than I do for sure . I just started hunting. But I set up a blind yesterday and after I left 5 doe came out 15 yards in front of it and ate some corn I had laid out. Then today I killed my first deer ever out of it. I did let it air out the night before.

  3. I simply wait along the trail and watch a scrape while lieing on the ground,…..spray doe in heat through an atomizer.
    Or lay in a field and spray doe in heat through an atomizer,… and soon you will be eye to eye with a whitetail.
    In the woods I scrape the leaves out of the way,… put my mat down and wait,… nobody ever mentions the stealth of laying down.

  4. my first year using a crossbow hunting I have a question about what to do with a cocked and loaded crossbow when sitting in a blind I have been holding mine in my lap keeping hands out of way of string but gets very uncomfortable after a while of course safety is always on gets heavy after awhile

  5. Greetings PA neighbor! Last year was the first I hunted from a blind (same one as you have featured in your video). Absolutely the best hunting experience I ever had. Shot a doe, which was nice, BUT the best part were all the animals doing their thing not even knowing I was around. Squirrels jumping on the blind, one nearly coming in. Had 6 turkeys walk right past me (1 week from fall turkey being in season though). and much, much more.

  6. I have this same blind and love it if something should happen and i pass out not far to fall . I do have Ladder Tree Stands and Climbers but with my Heart problem i`m afraid i will pass out again and don`t want to fall out of a tree . I need to take my blind out of the bag to see if it has Blue writing on it and it probably does because it is an older blind . Thanks for the tips Rich .

  7. Just watched two of your videos and and found them very interesting. I'm 74 yrs with a Vietnam disabled arm. Using a compound is getting harder so will be getting a crossbow. I will definitely follow your videos and refer back to them as needed. Thanks for the tips and WILL send any questions that come up.

  8. One thing I do for figuring out yardage is that I buy those wire flags & set them straight in front of me at 10,20, & 30 yards . You can put them in all directions directions if need be. The flags are cheap & come in a lot of 50. I all so will use them if need be for my trails to and from my stands. They come in a couple of different colors . Just a thought.

  9. I have enjoyed watching your vids. I am new to crossbow hunting, but have hunted out of a blind for a couple of years now. This vid will help me out this hunting season. Keep up the great vids.

  10. Watching your video again . Your talking about cheap camera tripods I bought me 3 from yard sale $ 5.00 ea. and made them into crossbow tripods works pretty good light weight and CHEAP .

  11. You could also plant small trees in pots so you can keep a nice natural structure / shape break up. When your finished pop them on the trailer and take it all back to the shed. Saves dead branches snapping underfoot and tearing your blind.

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