Don’t Make These Mistakes Shooting from a Ground Blind

Don’t Make These Mistakes Shooting from a Ground Blind

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Using a treestand or ground blind to hunt out of can provide many benefits to the crossbow hunter. First and foremost, it increases your opportunity to get within shooting distance of game, which in most cases would be 40 to 50 yards or less.

The structures also keep us out of sight and provide a good field of view to watch for game. Fast, lightweight, easy to operate crossbows like the Wicked Ridge Invader G3 are great options for this style of “ambush hunting”.

Shooting from a ground blind can have challenges. Hunting feral hogs, if you can, gives you some good practice with a crossbow and ground blind so you’ll be ready during deer season.

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