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best camo for the northwest

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piton 19-Nov-08
The Old Sarge 19-Nov-08
piton 19-Nov-08
cubdriver 19-Nov-08
guidermd 19-Nov-08
Blacktailhunter 19-Nov-08
No Bark 19-Nov-08
piton 19-Nov-08
Snag 19-Nov-08
GregE 19-Nov-08
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From: piton Date: 19-Nov-08
I'll be moving to Duvall Washington this coming June and was wondering if I could get some feedback on camo. What do you feel is the best manufacture and pattern for Washington? I'll be hunting for Elk, deer, bear and hopefully moose, sheep and goat.

THanks, P

From: The Old Sarge Date: 19-Nov-08
The northwest has varied landscapes. From evergreen forest and alpine rocks to sagebrush and juniper flats and hills to desert scrub. Wait to see where you'll be hunting.

From: piton Date: 19-Nov-08
what if I'm hunting in multiple ecosystems?

From: cubdriver Date: 19-Nov-08
ASAT.

From: guidermd Date: 19-Nov-08
i would definately use northwest camo. southeast camo would stand out too much. don't even think about mid-atlantic camo............. hehe best of luck in your move, i hope your biggest challenge is finding the right camo. good luck and good hunting.

From: Blacktailhunter Date: 19-Nov-08
Predator Green or predator brown

From: No Bark Date: 19-Nov-08
Which ever you get, make sure it's waterproof...ha

From: piton Date: 19-Nov-08
guidermd,

I did a search for northwest camo and couldn't find anything :-) I'm just putting together my christmas list and thought why not get some new camo for the move. Defiantly looking fwd to the challenges of hunting the Northwest.

From: Snag Date: 19-Nov-08
Piton, you are in for some fun if you have not hunted up here before! Like Blacktailhunter says you can't go wrong with the Predator pattern in different colors. On the east side of the state you have sagebrush and timber and a drier climate. West of the Cascades is where the rain greens things up. I think we as hunters get a little too caught up with all the latest camo patterns sometimes. I have gotten close to bucks with only jeans and a plaid shirt before!

From: GregE Date: 19-Nov-08

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Wet Side WA, Dec 07.

I'm partial to Predator Fall Gray and Spring Green but Rivers West hasn't caught on to it yet. REaltree APG jackets. ( Bandaid has since traded in her German camo pants- they blob like Mossy Oak)

Greg

From: elkfulr Date: 19-Nov-08
predator, in wool

From: ezzy67 Date: 19-Nov-08
from eastern oregon here. what snag said....i have gotten close kills with levis and a old cabelos grey camo pattern shirt. i also use a leafy shirt.sometimes camoed pants and camoed long sleeved t-shirt when warm.i dont know the type of pattern,if it looks good to me its ok. the thing is just break up your silhouette.

From: ezzy67 Date: 19-Nov-08
from eastern oregon here. what snag said....i have gotten close kills with levis and a old cabelos grey camo pattern shirt. i also use a leafy shirt.sometimes camoed pants and camoed long sleeved t-shirt when warm.i dont know the type of pattern,if it looks good to me its ok. the thing is just break up your silhouette.


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