NAP Mantis Ground Blind Proves Tough on the Turkeys

The guys have been doing some serious work on the local turkey population since the season opened in several states across the country in recent weeks. Several of our guys have been tag-teamin’ from the new NAP Mantis ground blind. In fact, 4 birds have died from the same NAP Mantis ground blind over the last two weeks.

Justin Zarr and Dustin Decroo doubled up on turkeys from the Mantis blind out in Kansas a couple weeks ago, then returned home to begin working on the birds in Illinois. Opening day of the Illinois season found Tommy Alford riding out a snow storm to kill his first bird of the season from the Mantis.

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Tommy Alford with his opening day gobbler in the snow.

Later that week, Zarr jumped back in the Mantis blind to take on some of the birds hanging out on one of his farms. The hunt led to his second bird of the year from the new ground blind with his Mathews Triax bow.

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Justin Zarr with his second bird of the spring season.

If you haven’t checked out the new NAP Mantis ground blind, be sure to give it a look at www.newarchery.com. It’s a new concept in ground blind design with unique features we’ve never seen before. It’s light, compact, and has a super stealthy camo pattern and roof  outline that blends in like no other.

Be watching for these hunts coming soon to an episode of Bowhunt or Die.

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