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    Thumbs up What's your favorite camo pattern??

    HawgEnvy's thread gave me the idea for this thread. So what's your favorite camo pattern?

    Here's one of mine:

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    Mossy Oak Treestand first, then Predator Deception.
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    Cabela's propriatary Seclusion 3D "Konifer" I would really like to be able to purchase this by the yard, but Cabela's uses it for their clothing, and does'nt sell it by the yard.

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    ASAT camo.





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    Flat gray with a bit of tan, green and brown mixed in, maybe a few wavy black lines.

    Most camo patterns at a distance are way to cluttered with detail and become a black blob.

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    There are lots of nice patterns out there, for a small fortune you can take your pick. But I still believe that one of the best patterns ever made is the US Military Woodlands camo, which is why I hunt in surplus BDUs.

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    wabbit hit it right... for a small fortune anyone can have a camo pattern that will blend in great in whatever surroundings you find yourself in. You just need to have a lot of different patterns. Early in the bow season I have camo that is greener. I then transition into my fall patterns. Once it snows I break out my snow camo and leave the trees. The big problem with my bow is I can't change it's camo easily. A flat light gray would blend better than anything in most all situations.

    I don't even want to know how much money I have in camo clothes and insulated under garments and socks. I like to change the under garments daily, if not more, because I don't have time to wash them constantly every night. I don't trust that to anyone else to do it for me, correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wscywabbit View Post
    There are lots of nice patterns out there, for a small fortune you can take your pick. But I still believe that one of the best patterns ever made is the US Military Woodlands camo, which is why I hunt in surplus BDUs.

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    I agree somewhat wabbit, but here in our terrain our back grounds differ during hunting season. There are more browns in our terrain and whites as in birch trees.


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    Asat 3d when I am on the ground, what a difference it makes. Tried it in the tree a few times, but I stili like Mossy Oak when I climb, it works good where I hunt; just don't let them see you move and climb high or into cover.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptJJ View Post
    Asat 3d when I am on the ground, what a difference it makes. Tried it in the tree a few times, but I stili like Mossy Oak when I climb, it works good where I hunt; just don't let them see you move and climb high or into cover.
    Have agree CaptJJ, being not to far from you Mossy Oak, works well in these areas. I will have to check out ASAT 3d.




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