Since your hunting blind will be set up in the woods or a field, camouflage is very important. Otherwise, it will just look like a big, out-of-place blob in the field or forest. Luckily, blinds come in a wide variety of camo patterns. When shopping for a blind, select one with a camouflage pattern that will blend in well in the area you'll be hunting most. For fooling a deer, however, that probably won't be enough to ensure success. Always tuck your blind away in a place that is as unnoticeable as possible but will still allow you to be close enough to where you expect game to appear that you have a good shot. Then use limbs, sticks and other materials around the outside of your blind, and on top, to break up the blind's outline. Doing so will typically yield more success.