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Camo Patterns????

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Wondering what you guys use for camo patterns, brands, etc.??? I'm going to upgrade to new camo and was wondering what you think would be good for all season and how come. Thanks.....

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Best for all season? Well that would be ASAT: All Season All Terrain. All you really need is a ASAT Leafy 3D Suit in a size larger than whatever warm clothes you want to wear underneath. For $140 you have your camo for just about any hunting situation.

Google it and look at the pictures.

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predator fall grey. if your a stand hunter, the only thing that comes closes is snow camo.

UV killer's a very good idea and a must if yo go with a millitry patten, (most military patterns have been washed with UV brightenerns)

the only time it doesn't matter is when you would be sitting in a pine tree. then get whatever is on sale.

Dont be fooled by commercials. the camera is from another stand and not the ground(like a deer).

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Whatever is on sale... noise and movement are way more important than the pattern or color. Before the commercial explosion of camo patterns, people took HUGE bucks wearing green and black plaid shirts - you don't need to go spend a lot of money on high-tech camo

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I'd say as long as you are wearing something that will break up your silouette, you have a good backdrop so your not skylined and your hunting the winds etc....You will be a lot better off. You don't need to spend a ton of money on high tech scent lok suits etc. etc. Look at all the huge bucks taken 50+ years ago. Good Luck

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Another fan of both ASAT and Predator. Trouble is, it's hard to find in the type and size you want it in. Mossy Oak and Realtree have the market flooded.

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studer is rite something that breaks up your silhouette, a good back drop and when possible put the sun at your back

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