However, this is the perfect opportunity to use a ground blind. We use a Cabela’s Stealth Hunter 5D Ground Blind and it hits all the right notes. First and foremost, it’s tough and it has to be. Spring can really deliver a wide variety of weather – wind, snow, rain, sleet, hail – your blind needs to be able to withstand the conditions. Not only does your ground blind shield you from those elements but it also gives you the ability to better shield movement. Turkeys have incredible eyesight and you can’t get away with movement out in the open, however behind a blind you are able to move, reposition your firearm, draw your bow or just stretch a little bit. (Ground blinds are a great way to hunt with kids for this reason, they wiggle. A LOT!) This blind features the Cabelas Zonz Woodlands pattern, which for this time of year blends in virtually anywhere and is easy to brush in with natural vegetation for increased concealment. The Cabela’s Stealth Hunter 5D Ground Blind gives you a 280 degree field of view with windows that are made of shoot through mesh and a black interior coating to help hide your silhouette. This blind is also roomy. It has a five-wall design and a total height of 76 inches allowing bowhunters the ability to stand and draw. This blind is worth a look for your upcoming spring hunting season. Listen here for more!