Mixing it up... Tip

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  1. SkyThumper

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    Don't know how many of y'all purposely do this like I do.. I purposely mix my camo up to reduce the outline effect. No camo is perfect, but if you wear 2 completely different types of camo it cuts the outline of it in half.[​IMG]
     
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  2. elkguide

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    When you choose your camo as I do......(whatever is on sale) it's something that you always do.
     
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    SouthDakotaHunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    That actually looks pretty good! I actually mix my patterns up all the time... Not on purpose, just because I'm cheap and that's what I got... ha ha (probably half my deer I've shot wearing old pairs of faded out Old Navy Khaki color canvas pants and whatever random camo jacket I'm wearing - normally depending on weather/temp)
     
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    I do that for turkey hunting. Most times I and up on the ground at the base of a tree. Light (dead, brown grass) pants and dark (tree bark) jacket. Deer hunting I use 3 different camos (tree stand in a tree, light & dark) but rarely mix them.
     

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