The Ultimate Hunting Blinds Quiz
by Staff
Hunting blinds are for serious hunters. You can purchase a retail blind or build one yourself. Take this quiz to learn more about using hunting blinds.

Hunters use blinds to hunt for what animals?

  • turkeys
  • tigers
  • bears

Where did Native Americans construct hunting blinds?

  • in the ground
  • up a tree
  • both answers

What kind of blind can be moved to a new location?

  • duck
  • portable
  • pop-up

What blind is easy to store and set-up for use?

  • duck
  • portable
  • pop-up

What blind resembles a sleeping bag?

  • goose
  • duck
  • portable

What blind can give a 360-degree view?

  • bow
  • elevated
  • tripod

What creature comforts are available in a hunting blind?

  • adjustable padded seats
  • toilets
  • cook stove

Where can you get a hunting blind?

  • retail stores
  • build one yourself
  • both answers

How large should you build your hunting blind?

  • large enough for a chair
  • large enough to recline
  • both answers

Where should you locate the hunting blind?

  • where animals eat
  • where animals drink
  • both answers

Why should you check with your state's Department of Natural Resources regarding the proper use of hunting blinds?

  • rules and regulations
  • licensing
  • testing

What is an example of a state rule for hunting blinds?

  • attach orange material to the blind
  • limit the number of shots fired
  • limit the number of hunters in a blind

What is the range for a common rifle?

  • 300 feet
  • 300 yards
  • 500 yards

What is important to do when inside the hunting blind?

  • stay quiet
  • make noise
  • neither answer

Why should you mark your hunting blind in a noticeable way?

  • so others know you are there
  • to identify your blind
  • to claim ownership

How much do pop-up blinds weigh?

  • 6 to 10 pounds
  • 6 to 25 pounds
  • 15 to 35 pounds

Why should you stay still inside the hunting blind?

  • so you don't create a shadow
  • so you don't make noise
  • both answers

If animals don't see or hear hunters, how else can they sense imminent danger?

  • smell
  • feel
  • both answers

What is the range for bow hunting?

  • 30 feet
  • 30 yards
  • 300 yards

What is the key to success when using a hunting blind?

  • location
  • size
  • comfort