I have a buddy who has different camo depending on where he is hunting. I was brought up to believe that the most important things in hunting are movement, outline/shape and color, in that order. I can see how camo makes a big difference in hiding your outline but you can do the same thing by thinking about the animals view and using the background and foliage to conceal that. I grew up on a ranch. The hunters in my family were my grandfather and uncles and I can’t ever remember them wearing camo. I normally wear an OD Green shirt and Khaki trousers (Just neutral colors). I also mostly wear my hat until I get into position. I seem to do just as well as my buddy. There is one reason I don’t camo up. You can run into a lot of people while hunting. Many times I have drove up to a farm and introduced myself, told them who I am, where I am from and what I am doing, and asked if they had seen any game. I have had many offers to hunt on their farm and made some great buddies as a result. I don’t think that I would have been so warmly received if had shown up covered in camo. Is there anyone else out there who thinks camo is overrated?