Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Experience Food Plot Success with Advantage Hunting Blinds
Hunters know that food plots are beneficial if not essential to herd management. They not only provide herd nutrition, but they allow you to harvest deer without disturbing core areas of your property. Thanks to easier access, food plots also allow the hunter to utilize larger stands or blinds. Why not take advantage of the convenience of such setups by utilizing an Advantage Hunting Blind?
Opportunities abound for food plot hunting and observation out of the comfort of an Advantage Hunting Blind. Advantage Hunting Blinds were built with you in mind. Whether you choose to be elevated or hunt from ground level, the scent-proof technology built into each blind allows you to experience the great outdoors to its fullness. Both the Deluxe and Whitetail blind comfortably hold two to four people, are equipped with carpeted plywood floors and have a maintenance-free polyethylene shell in your choice of black or olive drab green color.
Advantage Hunting's Whitetail Blind features a through-bolt design with interlocking corners making it durable and strong enough to stand up to the wear and tear of the hunt, unlike cheap hard-sided plastic blinds that crack and fade over time or soft-sided blinds that wear out after a season of use.
The air-tight Deluxe Blind pulls in fresh air through intake ports located near the base of the blind and drafts air up and out of an exhaust pipe located over 30 feet above the ground---working much like the chimney in your home. Both of these hunter-friendly packages add up to a great combination of comfort and compatibility for your food plot observation and endeavors.
So remember when you plant your field of dreams...they'll come. Just make sure you are there waiting on them. Serious whitetail hunters know that when they combine food plots and Advantage Hunting Blinds, it's just a matter of time until it's 'game on'.
For more information, visit Advantage Blinds online at http://www.advantagehunting.com/blinds.html