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Hunter’s Handbook is the official student “how-to” information pipeline of the International Hunter Education Association. As the experts in teaching safe, ethical and successful hunting, we are here to provide tips, tools, and great video content as well as offer you a place that you can learn more about your love and favorite past-time—hunting.  Spend some time with us.  New content is added monthly, and we are excited to share our expertise with you.  We wish you a lifetime of safe and memorable experiences in the outdoors.

Tips for hunting in the blind

Let’s face it. We all think it—sometimes, hunting should really be called “waiting.” Staking out in a blind is an art form. It requires stealth, stillness, and quiet—neither of which are qualities that kids are renowned for. But that doesn’t mean you should skip family hunting time in the blind. It just means you’ll need to upgrade your blind to have the best shot of scoring that big buck with your kids beside you.

How do you do that? Let Hunter’s Handbook blogger Haley Heath tell you how with a few easy tricks to help make your blind kid-friendly in her latest video blog. It’s a two-minute investment that could pay off big time the next time you and your mini-me head out on the hunt.

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tips for hunting in the blind

Let’s face it. We all think it—sometimes, hunting should really be called “waiting.” Staking out in a blind is an art form. It requires stealth, stillness, and quiet—neither of which are qualities that kids are renowned for. But that doesn’t mean you should skip family hunting time in the blind. It just means you’ll need to upgrade your blind to have the best shot of scoring that big buck with your kids beside you.

How do you do that? Let Hunter’s Handbook blogger Haley Heath tell you how with a few easy tricks to help make your blind kid-friendly in her latest video blog. It’s a two-minute investment that could pay off big time the next time you and your mini-me head out on the hunt.