By Steve Hickoff
You’re worn out by now and so are the turkeys. Maybe it’s time to blind sit to fill your final tag of the season.
Hub-style blinds are light and compact enough to carry. Set up is easy as take down. Many can accommodate several hunters. Some have shoot-through mesh windows. Many include zippered exterior windows you can adjust inside and outside.
In short, they’re suited for open field gobblers that challenge hunters with minimal cover and timber birds in thick stuff—especially near strut zones. Some factors to consider when using blinds include:
Step 1: Select a blind with camouflage matching the habitat you hunt.
Step 2: Practice shooting turkey targets from a seated position using your gun or bow before trying shots while hunting.
Step 3: Pick a comfortable chair for waiting on patterned field or timber birds.