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3 Reasons to Get a Portable Heater This Hunting Season

Find out why portable heaters are a great piece of hunting equipment with Blain’s Farm & Fleet.

As a hunter, you’ll most likely experience some bitter cold hunting conditions. If you hunt in a ground blind, you can use a portable heater to keep you warm. Portable heaters are great for hunting. They’re easy to set up and they’ll keep you warm, giving you the ability to hunt all day long in freezing conditions. With help from Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you can choose from the best portable heaters for your next hunting trip.

3 Reasons to Get Portable Heaters This Hunting Season
Portable heaters are great for keeping you warm and comfortable in your hunting blind.

1. Added warmth

Using a heater in your hunting blind will keep you warm on even the coldest days. With the right size heater, you can comfortably hunt in your blind without the added bulk of your hunting jacket. Portable heaters are also great to use in a tent. If you’re embarking on a longer hunting trip and plan to camp, a heater is your best bet for staying warm.

2. More hunting time

When you’re hunting, your day could be cut short by freezing temperatures. You can try hand warmers or layering more clothes, but nothing beats using a heater. With a heater, you can keep hunting all day long.

3. Safe & easy setup

The best heaters for hunting will have automatic shutoff features for when and if it tips over, or detects low-oxygen levels. If you follow the right safety precautions and read the owner’s manual, using a heater is easy. Because the heaters are portable, they don’t require electricity. All you need is a fuel source (typically propane) to pump out the heat in your hunting blind. Its that easy.

Tips for Using Portable Heaters

If you use heaters in your hunting blind, you’ll need to take some safety precautions. Look for a model that has a safety tip-over shutoff option, and a low-oxygen shutoff. Always use heaters that are approved for indoor use. Make sure you have a heater that is the right size for the area you’re heating, and always allow enough space around the heater. Also be sure you have proper ventilation and oxygen flow in your hunting blind. Finally, when you’re looking at heaters you need to think about the noise they can produce. You need a heater that we be quiet when it’s running. Any added noise can spook deer away from your hunting area.

At Blain’s Farm & Fleet, you’ll find all the hunting equipment you need for the season. From calls and decoys to blaze orange clothing, you’ll be ready to bag a big one. You can even get your hunting and fishing licenses right at your local Blain’s Farm & Fleet. For more tips on hunting equipment, visit our hunting blog.


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