The Ameristep Brickhouse hunting blind enables you to hunt without spooking game. You can call game in close while hidden inside this roomy camo blind. Just sit and wait for game to wander by. It also protects you from foul weather like rain, sleet and snow because of its unique roofing
The Brickhouse blind is easy to setup and take down. All you have to do is pull it out of its packed state and stand it up. It’s that easy. Fiberglass poles keep the blind upright while stakes secure it down. There are 10 mesh windows that allow you to shoot through. The brickhouse blind comes with a backpack case. It measures 75″ x 75″ x 66″ unfolded and 12″ x 46″ packed up. The weight is 18 lbs.
If you love predator hunting then you must own an electronic predator call. It makes it so much easier unless you love using manual calls because it takes a lot of practice to get good at it. Electronic calls let the Pro’s do the calling and you the shooting. I much prefer getting out and hunting than playing with a call.
Electronic calls are great. All you do is set them up, get under some cover and turn on the call. Now wait and see what shows up. Get a good pair of binoculars so you can keep an eye out for game.
There are many electronic predator calls on the market like FoxPro and Johnny Stewart. They are both great callers.
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