I have been bowhunting most of my life and I will be the first to admitt that I am stuborn when it comes to change. When I saw my first compound bow I said, I would never hunt with one of those ugly things. That was probably 30 years ago or more and I can't begin to guess how many compounds I have owned since that first encounter. Anyway, getting to the subject. I see many shows on TV where they just pop up a blind and hunt out of it, in the wide open. Is this truly an effective way to hunt deer and elk, or does it usually require bruch stacked around it? Also, how about shots through the see-through screening of the blinds. Are there limitatioons to that shot are there shots at angles, not to be take?