Camo patterns

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Re: Camo patterns

Postby mudpack » Tue Mar 11, 2014 6:13 am

CaptainWv wrote:Im looking into the Natural Gear stuff, its pretty plain, looks like it would work well just about anywhere

I've got several coats and a pair of pants in Nat Gear. It's a pretty versatile pattern. If I'm going to a new spot where I don't know exactly what type of vegetation I'll be hiding in, it's the pattern I wear.
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Re: Camo patterns

Postby KRB » Tue Mar 11, 2014 7:17 am

Hunting salt marsh out of sneak boats, the max 4 work's fine. Boat's covered in salt grass. Your face is what need's to hidden.
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Re: Camo patterns

Postby Jimmy82 » Tue Mar 11, 2014 9:35 am

I've been using my Multicam gear, it's great in the early fall or spring. Took a deer right under my stand during archery and had 2 woodies come straight into my decoys on a small pond with no other blind material. I was just sitting against a tree with the sun at my back. But it does have a lot of green, and I had to leave before a lot of stuff really started turning tan and brown. I want to get a different coat for later in the season. The other problem is that it doesn't come insulated. You would need all the other undergarments to stay warm. We use a layered system so that we can use it in any climate, and without the other layers you're sucking. But I guess a good set of long underwear and a sweatshirt and maybe if it's really cold another coat underneath would work. But if the Army didn't give you a set already, you might as well spend the same money and get a commercial "4-1" coat.
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Re: Camo patterns

Postby kcwellington » Fri Apr 25, 2014 12:43 pm

I like natural gear. It seems to blend in really well in area we hunt. Backwater sloughs, river banks, swamps, any where there is alot of deadfall.
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