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I was sitting in a buddy's Primos ground blind. We were facing the morning sun. When I stood up and got to full draw on a doe at 20 yds, I couldn't see out of the blind. The blind mesh camo pattern was lit up with glare from the morning sun and I couldn't see out of it. Next time, we'll need to hand toss the corn so that it's not right in line with the rising sun. Anyone else experience this?

I wonder if I would have had the same problem if we were in my Double Bull blind.
 

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I always try and set up with the sun facing the deer in the morning. That way you can see. I do the same when in a tree stand. The sun then will be in the deers eyes. Allows you to move without them seeing you. The blind should be completely black inside. So that doesn't happen when drawing on a deer.
 
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