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Ameristep Doghouse Blind Deer Hunting Blinds
The Ameristep Doghouse Blind is Ameristep’s original and most popular ground blind. The Ameristep Doghouse “continues to dominate and lead the way in Ground Blind performance.”  It’s especially well suited for firearm and bow hunting, and good for photographers. 
You can buy an Ameristep Doghouse Blind at or Gander Mountain. Gander Mountain had the best price, but you can click the links below to check current prices. 
The Ameristep Doghouse Blind comes in these camo patterns: Snow Cover Snow Tangle, Ameristep Tangle 2.0, Realtree APG HD, Realtree AP HD. (Click for samples of camo patterns. Realtree’s APG is on the page toward the middle.) 
Ameristep’s doghouse blind with carrying case features edge re-leaf, Durashell, shadow guard, window tie downs, shoot through mesh, stakes and high wind tie downs, four windows/three portholes, and a backpack carrying case. 
Ameristep’s Doghouse series blinds combine camouflage, weather protection and portability. The Ameristep Doghouse Blind even features Durashell, which is a quiet water-resistant nylon outer shell. The Ameristep Doghouse Real tree AP Camo Blind has a spring steel design, and pops open in one easy step. This blind comes with a Durashell outer shell, which is quiet, weatherproof, and wear resistant. The shadow guard is a black liner that eliminates shadows and gives hunters an advantage.
The Ameristep doghouse blind is 60 inches square by 68 inches tall and weighs approximately 14 pounds. It is TSC compatible, although the kit for that isn’t included. Parts include two fiber polls, 1 carrying case, ground stakes, and high-wind tie downs. 

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The Ameristep doghouse blind has seven windows. If your fiber polls ever happen to fail or become lost you can order replacements from Ameristep. 
Step one 
Remove the ground stakes and fiber poles from the carrying case. 
Step two 
Remove your blind from the backpack. Holding one of the three ring sets of steel, let the other two pop open. 
Step three 
Once it has popped open, unfold the blind and lay it flat on the ground 
Step four 
Take hold of the corner put your foot on the bottom section lift top side up 
Step five
Lift blind over your head so you are standing on the inside when it opens up 
Step six 
After standing your blind up right, insert fiber polls. Use high wind tie downs/ground stakes to secure the blind. 
Included with the blind are two fiber poles to arch the roof. Insert one end of each poll into opposite pockets inside the blind. The poles will cross that the peak of the roof. 
The pockets are located either at window areas or bottom corners in all four corners of the blind. You secure the poles to the blind using the tie at the roof peak.Ameristep Doghouse Hunting Blind at Bass Pro ShopsDoghouse Blind at Gander MountainTake down instructions for the Ameristep Doghouse Blind
Be sure to remove all native brush dirt and debris before beginning takedown. Remove the ground stakes/tie-downs.
Step one 
Remove all ground stakes, tie downs, and fiber poles. 

Step two 
Lay the blind on its side. 
Step three 
Fold each side over. 
Step four 
Take hold of blind at 10 o’clock and 2: o’clock. Keep your knuckles up and your thumbs underneath. 
Step five 
Roll blind out away from your body; it will begin to create a U shape. 
Step six 
Once U-shape is formed, Remove one hand from the steel and rotate 180° (right hand counterclockwise or left hand clockwise). You can also rotate both hands. 
Step seven 
Continue to roll top of blind over, while overlapping two steel bands closest to your body. 
Step eight 
Tuck the top section under so it overlaps onto the bottom half of the blind. 
Step nine 
You will feel less tension now. Simply drop the rings to the ground. 
Step ten 
Place the blind in the carrying case. Pack ground stakes and high wind tie-downs in pouches. 
You should store your blind in a cool dry place, free of native brush, dirt and any debris. 
You should never store your blind when it is wet or damp. 
Try not to leave your blind outdoors for an extended period of time because prolonged exposure to sunlight can cause the fabric to fade. 
To stop leaks use a Seam Sealer on all the seams and silicon spray on the seams and sidewalls. 
When storing your TSC windows, or shoot through mesh Avoid wrinkles and creases that could significantly reduce visibility.