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Old 06-24-2012, 01:31 PM   #31
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Orange camo lol
Ohhhhhhhhhh my bad willis, out here where im from orange camo is not allowed during firearms seaons???? But u have to have min of 500 sq inches of plain blaze orange, what stupid laws huh
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Fall, Woodland advantage.
Winter, Predator white.
Another good fall pattern is Alpinflage, the versions you find now has way to much red, bright red, and no real dark tones. It works well in springtime also.
If you wash you're hunting clothes correctly, and treat them right, and old pair of jeans and a wool jacket work as well. I have an old LL Bean Adirondack wool coat that is great when it is sleeting and snowinging the late fall. Other then natural fibers, silence clothe works well.

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I dont know if its good for hunting but I like the WWII pacific camo....

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Old 06-25-2012, 05:43 AM   #34
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I dont know if its good for hunting but I like the WWII pacific camo....
Atthefront.com had some WWII marine camo for CHEAP awhile back.
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Old 06-25-2012, 07:12 AM   #35
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wear one pattern on top and another pattern on bottom .

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I like plain old Advantage.

JMO but,camo is for "human consumption".Anything that breaks up your outline....making you look less like a person,more like a bush?Seems to work.

Back when I was guiding regularly,got a longbow shooter a very close shot.He was wearing some old Woolrich,Red/Black trousers and jacket.The Deer was killed @7 feet,we were still hunting.

Another hunt.....did the old trick of the two of us acting like another four legger.You know the one.....one hunter behind the other,bent over.We had the fading Sun right over us,as we stalked to well within bow range....this was out in the middle of a field.

Wind,Sun and your "smoothness" seems to be more important than exactly what camo you're wearing?

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There is a company called Sitka that has a new camo pattern that's pretty sweet called optifade. Id say it's my new favorite.

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Up here in New England multi cam works well and so does the Mossy Oak and Realtree

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Mine is an old blue shirt, jeans and my ariats. I've had deer, elk, javelina all around me, or bedding down within close proximity and never one issue.

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For deer season I don't ware none BLAZE ORANGE to many yahoos in the Wis. woods!.

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