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    Quote Originally Posted by POTTERMTHUNT View Post
    I think the Kuiu VIAS is the best - had my largest Bull at 16 yards looking right through me - screaming and never had a clue I was there -
    My brother and I had a bull screaming at us from about the same range. We wear cheap surplus BDU's in either desert or woodland. The bull never knew we were there. It didn't matter that we weren't wearing the "cool kids" overpriced camo.
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    For hunting later fall and winter in our dormant big bluestem grass for deer and coyotes I really like ASAT. I often wear ASAT tops over Cabelas MT50 uninsulated bibs in Outfitter camo. Around home I'm not often hiking so far that bibs don't work, and I don't have to worry about a shirt coming untucked and getting a breeze up my back with the bibs calling predators. Sitka's waterfowl camo blends in great in our grass too later in the year. Others I like around home before the grass all dies or hunting out West are: Mossy Oak Brush, Kryptek Highlander, and to a lesser degree First Lite Cipher. I wish FL had kept ASAT around, but Cipher isn't to bad a pattern.

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    I'll chime in...mothwing mountain mimicry has been my go-to as of late.

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    I'm more about the performance of the clothes vs camo pattern. I have some kuiu vias that I like and don't like. Seems like about half the time it is too dark and others its about right. I use solids for my bottoms. Kuiu major brown and the Prana of the same color... mud maybe is what they call it. Dad has some sitka that are a tan/camel kind of color that I like. I just can't mentally get myself to go all earth tone solids yet.
    Now therefore, please take your weapons, your quiver and your bow, and go out to the field and hunt game for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tdcour View Post
    I just can't mentally get myself to go all earth tone solids yet.
    I completely agree with that. Just a mental block I cant get around. Been close to critters on many occasions without camo but still feel like it helps a fair amount.

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    100% cotton WW2 camo coverall. I'm 14 years old looking down at the white tail I just killed feeling like a hundred pound Hercules. Best camo ever. Click image for larger version. 

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    I like cabelas open country, blends in with sage country and mountains
    Live to hunt, hunt to live.

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    In my experience most camo patterns that I have seen seem to be to "bright." I get best results for blending into the environment after I have had the garmet for a few seasons and it is faded. I hate "new" camo, either to dark or green or whatever color. Look at a forest in the fall and spring, everything is faded with lots of grays, brown, and reds. None of them are bright, but faded. Thats my preference. My faded gillie suit makes me invisible

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    I like the Natural Gear camo. To me its a good all around pattern.

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    I like the Natural Gear camo too. The light browns.

 

 
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