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Thinking of buying a popup blind. Considering using it on public land hunting opportunities. Any chance you can pop one up on the spot of a moring or evening hunt and land a deer moving through? Or do they work best to brush in weeks before to get deer used to moving by them? Just curious if it is worth spending the money to use on public hunts as an easy and quick setup.
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They seem to work best if you can set a blind up,brush it in and leave it for awhile.That is not to say they won't work if you set up and add some brush and hunt.A lot of hunters use them this way and they do a fine job of getting their deer.

For turkeys.Set them up and hunt.You don't even have to brush them in.
 

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Get a good one, it'll cost you $200 plus, but a good one will not shine! The cheap blinds are made of nylon/vinyl and no camo pattern will take the shine away, the good ones have cotton and canvas material that absorb light! Turkeys may not care about shine, but deer do unless you leave it out for a few days for them to get use to it and brush it in. The best 2 blinds IMHO are ASAT's Quickie and Double Bull because they do not shine!
 

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I'd say get one! You can either brush it in real well and do a same day set or just leave it in the open in the right place.
 
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