Can't believe I missed this thread. Indeed you can get away with a lot in a blind. I've been hunting for many a years, and for the first time I used a blind in KS. WOW! Before that, what I did was sit around a "busy" spot - leaves, branches, etc., but not to the point where with your draw will be a problem. I also tape fake leaves & branches (cheap at a goodwill) on my bow to match the foilage/setting around me. With a leafy suit, I was rarely detected. I tell you what.., it's a rush!!!! I've drawn on them at inside 10 yards. Keep the draw weight at a level where you WILL have the smoothest draw possible. Wait until he is not directly facing you & let her fly when ready. Good luck and safe hunting!
p.s. When you hear a lot of "experts" tell you practice well out of your blind, DO IT. It's a different feel if you've never bowhunted out of a blind.
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