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  • For deer hunting, what type of camo do you where? Where do you get the camo from?

    For deer hunting, what type of camo do you where? Where do you get the camo from?

  • #2
    You don't really need camo for deer. It may help, but it is not needed. I have gotten very close to plenty of deer just wearing brown carhartt clothing. If you really think you need camo, then about any pattern will work, so you can get it wherever you want.

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    • #3
      Realtree Hardwoods HD. That stuff is real nice, comfortable and really like a tree.

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      • #4
        Realtree AP Scent Lok

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        • #5
          I like and use 3-D Leafy camo head gear and Jacket, great for still hunting and T-Stands, It all come down to wear you hunt, I hunt Fl.Planted Pines and Swamps you want to blend in and not make noise when moving around.

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          • #6
            Whatever I happen to grab out of the closet. Pattern really doesn't matter, you just need to break up your form. So in my opinion, there's no need to go out and buy fancy camo and Scent Lock stuff. Quality clothes may be worth it, but some people go overboard. I usually have a jacket on though and it's usually Mossy Oak's new Break Up camo.

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            • #7
              Mossy Oak Duck Blind or Cabela's Outfitter pattern. Not so much for the camo as for weather protection and comfort.

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              • #8
                my camo for bow hunting is realtree hardwoods HD. when it gets cold i just toss on whatever camo is comfortable for the weather.

                only time camo really matters is when im waterfowl and turkey hunting, they can tell the difference.

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                • #9
                  Ga hunter how can you go over board with scent control or being concealed?

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                  • #10
                    Camo is camo is camo is camo.
                    Yes! I wear camo.
                    Pattern? The cheap one that's on sale that's comfortable, fits and is warm. I look for durability. Pattern is the bottom requisite.
                    As for the "Scent-Lok" scam? Sit still and be quiet! It's cheaper and works just as well. If "Scent-Lok" trips your trigger? Go for it!

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                    • #11
                      My cold weather gear is Cabela's Outfitter camo. The rest is a mix of some kind of Realtree, or Mossy oak patterns

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                      • #12
                        Realtree AP form Walmart

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                        • #13
                          Realtree AP form Walmart

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                          • #14
                            My cold weather camo is Cabelas Outfitter pattern. I like Predator brown for archery though. That said, more deer have been killed by hunters wearing red and black plaid, brown duck, or whatever work clothing they normally wore than anything else.

                            Whether its deer, turkeys, or waterfowl, it's more important to stay still and to not silhouette yourself. My grandfather hunted into his early nineties and bagged more deer and turkeys than 10 other good hunters would in a lifetime and never wore anything but Woolrich and brown duck. His advice for deer was to sit (always on the ground for him) with your back to a tree or a bank and put a little dead brush in front of you.

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                            • #15
                              A ghillie suit has been some of my best camo, which hides my neck and shoulders, which seem to alert deer to possible trouble.
                              One of the best patterns through the years for myself was the Mossy Oak,Bottomland Original, in the Polar Tuff.

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