This was NW of Edmonton Alberta. Down below the tree line is just shy of 400 yards, along the right side of the picture there is the brush just before the tree line that’s 275.
First time blind hunting. Glad my father decided to bring his Monopod along for taking pictures, as I ended up sticking it out of the window for a rest, allowing me to hammer a whitetail buck at a good distance.
This is my most productive blind for deer and hogs, mostly because I can see the most from it. I spent countless hours cutting three 500 yard long clearings, and lately everything I’ve taken has walked within 100 yards of this blind.
The whole family got their turn in the field this year. I was able to get my archery deer , my wife and girls got their rifle tags filled. The wife and kids put in lots of work and practice, it sure paid off for the kids. I made the girls shoot 20 rounds a night through the vudoo some sitting and some laying. I had them dry fire a 22 Comp match I built for them but never let them shoot it till the hunt. That plan worked out amazing as they had 0 reason to develop a flinch and made outstanding dead in tracks shoulder shots. 2021 I will have to do a better job at taking pics of the terrain.
I took a little cousin out for a few hours of calling. I usually don’t waste my time on full moons nights but I am glad he begged to go. We had 7 down by 11pm and decided to call it night so we get up and fish in the morning. The super hogsters have been a game changer for me after switching away from the halo lr