After some in season scouting trips and harvest sightings, I figured out I need to invest in a good ground blind. I've got an Ameristep doghouse blind right now which works just fine for gun hunting but I cant stand bow hunting out of it because it's way too small to draw properly in. The areas that I have pin pointed, among others, are in corners of our fields with CRP on the other side of the fenceline. Numerous times I watched bucks out in the CRP and would venture into our fields to eat; within 30 yards of the corners every time. Most of these corners are rounded off to make planting easier so there is a pretty good area to throw a blind in. I'm looking for something that you guys would recommend for bow hunting (size wise and ability to shoot out of), has to have some decent stubble straps, something that deer can't hear me open the windows/doors from two miles away and if it all possible, $250 or less.