Looking the perfect deer hunting setup? Search no further. Expert hunter Bob Robb offers his ultimate guide for hunting from tree stands and ground blinds inside this article from Field & Stream. When building a ground blind, choose a location that’s slightly elevated; otherwise, spotting deer will be difficult. If possible, find a tree trunk you can lean against, so your wait will be a comfortable one, then surround yourself with leaves, sticks, and other brush to build a wall. Shooting from a tree stand is a little more complicated than firing a rifle off a rest, so to replicate this effect, select a tree stand that comes equipped with a bar that wraps around the seated hunter. To reduce noise, pad the bar with foam pipe insulation and use as a gun rest. For advice on silencing your stand, plus other great deer hunting tips, read the full article here.