Do you find yourself wanting to hunt, but aren't sure your health will hold out for it?
Even the most fit hunters find some aspects of hunting to be physically challenging. From shimmying up a tree in a climbing stand, to hauling out your harvest, hunting can create a plethora of opportunities to participate in strenuous activities.
There are a variety of ways to simplify your hunting experience so that you can enjoy the hunt, even if your health is not strong. Of course, if your physical limitations are severe, you will need to consult your doctor before engaging in any type of outdoor activities.
Rather than attempting to use an elevated hunting stand, try setting up a ground blind. A ground blind can be built by hand, or purchased as an easy pop-up, tent-style blind. For ease and comfort, the pop-up ground blind is highly recommended. In order to set it up, you simply remove it from its carry case, undo a couple of folds, and it unfurls itself. Because it is very lightweight, you can easily maneuver it into position. Once you've got it set up where you want it,