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Vine Blind?????? #6771457 05/22/17 06:42 PM
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So I was watching some bowhunting video/napping when a idea struck me. I am sure I am not the first to come up with this idea, but I want to run the idea by some of the "experts" out there.

For a bow blind, find where you want to hunt, and use the trees around you to hang up some chicken wire. Have shooting areas cut out of the wire, and then plant or grow different local vines from the are up the chicken wire. Might take a year or two, but I cannot see any real problem with it....

Thoughts???

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My first thought? Bees and wasps lol

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Yeah......

But ya get those anywhere.......

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Are vines really going to conceal your movements? You would have to get deer to come to specific target spots rather than just within range. You'll have to constantly be cutting your windows or directing the vines to grow how you want them. Dont pick a vine with thorns.



Re: Vine Blind?????? [Re: TiggerV] #6771558 05/22/17 08:01 PM
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I'm thinking something like the Ivy they have on the walls of Wrigley field or Kudzu, even. Use the Chicken wire fencing to guide it and shape it.....

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