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    Default Will an off brand camo make a difference when hunting?

    I just bought a g-20 blind in tangle camo. Will the fact that I didnt get a "good camo" like mossy oak or realtree hurt my hunt?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nylouie516 View Post
    I just bought a g-20 blind in tangle camo. Will the fact that I didnt get a "good camo" like mossy oak or realtree hurt my hunt?
    My grandpa shot many a deer in a full red hunting suit. I think you will be ok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameron View Post
    My grandpa shot many a deer in a full red hunting suit. I think you will be ok.
    I agree... Scent control is more important.

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    camo is marketed to make money.... i have filled deer in blue jeans and a black t-shirt with my bow at 20 yards.... yes i still buy it though.... use my Guillee more tha anything else though ( it hides you from people better ) if you are still and quiet and as scent free as possible thaqt is what matters

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    Tangle is just as good as RT or MO in my opinion. Like outdoorsman said, it's mostly marketing.

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    the buck i shot last year didnt care that i had blue jeans on so i think off brand is ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by outdoorsman View Post
    camo is marketed to make money.... i have filled deer in blue jeans and a black t-shirt with my bow at 20 yards.... yes i still buy it though.... use my Guillee more tha anything else though ( it hides you from people better ) if you are still and quiet and as scent free as possible thaqt is what matters
    You fill deer in blue jeans and t-shirts??


    I agree scent control is much more important.


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    Quote Originally Posted by outdoorsman View Post
    camo is marketed to make money.... i have filled deer in blue jeans and a black t-shirt with my bow at 20 yards.... yes i still buy it though.... use my Guillee more tha anything else though ( it hides you from people better ) if you are still and quiet and as scent free as possible thaqt is what matters
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    I agree.. I shot a deer before after I got out of school and grabbed my old pse fire flight and headed to the woods w/o scent control or camo. just school clothes.. lol.. there was none whn I was a kid. Just acorn cover scent... anyways I just played the wind right and got my oportunity.
    Though camo does help you blend in better. a smart old dog of the woods can do it w/o...
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    Remember the original "Treebark" camo???? I think I still have a one piece kicking around somewhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cameron View Post
    Remember the original "Treebark" camo???? I think I still have a one piece kicking around somewhere.
    Oh yeah that is some cool stuff
    My Mom got me a 32oz Chamios coveralls that are my prize piece of hunting camo.
    I wear them when it git cool over my ASAT and I put a mesh suit of ASAT over it.

    Oh yeah louie
    Over in orangeburg is a place called Atsko industrys that makes a lot of products fer tha hunters clothes and more
    Ya may want ta look into 1 called UV-Killer
    Our cloths have uv brightners put in thwm ta keep em sharp lookin'
    it is like a black light look ta deer this stuff kills that in clother
    Natural gear is tha only camo maker that does not us uv's



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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    Oh yeah that is some cool stuff
    My Mom got me a 32oz Chamios coveralls that are my prize piece of hunting camo.
    I wear them when it git cool over my ASAT and I put a mesh suit of ASAT over it.

    Oh yeah louie
    Over in orangeburg is a place called Atsko industrys that makes a lot of products fer tha hunters clothes and more
    Ya may want ta look into 1 called UV-Killer
    Our cloths have uv brightners put in thwm ta keep em sharp lookin'
    it is like a black light look ta deer this stuff kills that in clother
    Natural gear is tha only camo maker that does not us uv's
    yup and thats what you will fing me in everytime i am in my stand!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    yup and thats what you will fing me in everytime i am in my stand!!!!!
    Yeah saw some last year late and got tha boonie hat love tha soft quiteness and tha warmth.
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    I put my blue coleman/blind out in the woods tonight. Worked great last year.
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