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Old 11-08-2013, 02:20 PM   #1
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Who says you have to brush in ground blinds? I watched 3 bucks and this fawn all walk within 10 yards of this one last night.



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Have a big old nanny or mature buck come within eyesight of it and you'd probably see a bit more reaction.
I've had deer spook from them and had them not give one a second look. I rattled/grunted in a very nice buck a couple youth season ago and when he got to where he could see the blind (it'd been out for 24 hours), he bolted out of our dreams.
I prefer to brush them in and leave them out for 2 or so weeks before hunting it.



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Have a big old nanny or mature buck come within eyesight of it and you'd probably see a bit more reaction.
I've had deer spook from them and had them not give one a second look. I rattled/grunted in a very nice buck a couple youth season ago and when he got to where he could see the blind (it'd been out for 24 hours), he bolted out of our dreams.
I prefer to brush them in and leave them out for 2 or so weeks before hunting it.
Yea I would agree.. This blind has been there all season(and isn't mine). Interesting to see just how much they didn't care about it. I guess the guy hasn't been hunting it. I think the one buck was 3.5, the other two 2.5.
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What is it on private ground and you know the Guy? If it's Government Land the Blind on most is illegal.

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