Share you waterfowl hunting gear tips and questions here. Including blinds, camo, clothing, etc... For decoys and calls, please see the other appropriate forums for that type of genre, Thanks.
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to DHC. Camo is camo, bout anything will work. However I like to dress to my surroundings so it would depend on if you were hunting timber, rocks, grass flats or whatever. I personally wear Mossy Oak Break Up 98 percent of the time, unless Im field hunting and I wear M. O. Shadow Grass(the original) or the new max 4.
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It doesn't matter. I use timber camo in rice fields hunting snows, and kill just as many geese as everyone else.
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Max-4 is a very versatile pattern. It doesnt really matter to much though. Just try to break up your outlines.
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If you dress in the colors of the University of Kentucky or hunters orange, you will be covered up with ducks. Put on some camo, and they will stay away.
This seems to be what happens to me.
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