Retired last year, just took up deer hunting (duckaholic). Have taken 2 does this year (could care less about horns) during regular rifle season here in Nebraska out of a pop-up ground blind. Late season rifle (doe only) starts Jan.1-Jan.15. Nebraska is over run with deer, can take 2 does on 1 permit. LOTS of permits available in my area. Have permission on several different farms, all less than 1 mile from Platte river. Mixture of corn, alfalfa, winter wheat. There's about a foot of crusty snow on the ground....Will my ground blind be effective? Set up close to the food? Downwind of trail from bedding to food? Cover scents? Any advice would be great....Am shooting .243 that I'm decent with out to 250 yrds. MAX.