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    Thumbs up what's your favourite camo??

    i live in south, central, b.c.... any suggetstions as to a good camo pattern??
    whatcha got??



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    US woodland pattern.

    But it definitely isn't sexy or profit producing.

    I think it still works best though.

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    Most anything 3 dimensional. Leafy suits and guillie suits work better than any printed 2D pattern ever could.

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    It all depends if I plan on hunting on the ground or up in a tree stand and what time of the year it is.

    I really like the new Mossy Treestand for later in the season. I like the APG top for turkey hunting with Forest Floor bottoms.

    With leaves on the tree, I like a darker camo like the Mossy New Break Up.

    Just match the camo with the background. No matter who makes it. Just hard to get alot of the lessor known camo.

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    APG early season - HArdwoods grey up a tree late season

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    Predator

    I'm a predator fan, but being in and hunting the West, I've also picked up Max-1....
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    it depends on the area I am hunting ...I use Realtree & Mossy Oak in several different patterens
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    Realtree

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    Thumbs up

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    I'm a predator fan....

    No doubt!

    LOVE the predator.
    Contact me or see my sales threads on predator camo.... etc. all.

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    Depends....i never where the same color shirt/pants for spring turkey season...i'll wear a shirt blends in with the spring foilage,and pants that blend in with the ground/dead leafs/tree trunks....other than that,i like realtrees hardwoods and mossy oak .

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    anyone else?? i live in the mountains of southern b.c...

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    Blend in or go hungry
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    predator or asat.

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    camo

    rhodesian camo

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    anyone know where you can by clothing with mothwing patterns??
    othere than Sitka...

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    Depends, But since this is an archery site and I spend Oct/Nov in a tree (usually white oak); may favorite camo for treestand hunting is hands down Natural gear. Advatage timber, Real tree timber/xtra grey are runner ups. However, when it comes to deer, I think that this is more of a fashion thing. I just like to stick to neutral colors (grey's/olives) At 30 yards you NEVER see the defenition of a camo pattern, just the predominant color. That is why I NEVER liked MO break up. At 30 yards it looks like a black blob.

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    u guys r missing the best ground camo around max-4

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