edges of the limb holding brackets are very sharp. Proper
installation protection, such as gloves, should always
sharp edges, or burrs, are important to aid in the positioning
and holding of your Crows Nest limbs in place.
branches can be added by weaving them in = more camo!
transform it into this
a unique bracketing system, the BLINDED hunting Crows
Nest allows you to utilize the foliage around your stand
or from nearby trees that will naturally blend into
Proven in the deer woods of Ohio, the Crows Nest gets
you close and helps dampen and diffract your scent.
The Crows Nest also forgives minor movements that put
that mature doe on alert or spooks the buck you've been
new system allows you to place at least eleven branches*
of your choosing at various heights to match the conditions
of your setup, define your shooting lanes, conceal you
from an unexpected avenues of approach, and allow you
to relax without fear of giving yourself away.