Buddy Piland shows you how to set up Ozonics in a blind to improve your odds of success and create new hunting opportunities. This information includes how to control airflow through a hub-style or hard-sided blind just like controlling the smoke in a fireplace using the chimney flue. The video also shows you how to correctly position an Ozonics unit to come into contact with your human odor when exiting the blind.
Follow these simple steps to correctly control airflow through your blind:
- Determine wind direction
- Control airflow by creating an opening to direct airflow into and out of the blind
- Focus airflow to control your odor and where it's leading
- Mount HR unit as close to air exit as possible
- Position Ozonics unit directly in the path of odor to ensure any scent leaving the blind is destroyed