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  1. MasterHunter

    MasterHunter Weekend Warrior

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    KNOW...

    Sitka Vs ScentLOK

    Forget the carbon vs silver stuff..

    Is the clothing similar in feel to one another? Late Season Scentlok Vs Sitka equal line It sure looks that way, both look a bit like a thick fleece..

    Wearing the red flanel and jeans I don't really feel like much of a master, the camo will do it though.
     
  2. bucksnbears

    bucksnbears Grizzled Veteran

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    i thought you know everything?
     
  3. MasterHunter

    MasterHunter Weekend Warrior

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    not on clothing citidiot
     
  4. sycamoretwitch

    sycamoretwitch Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Sitka. If you really want to know.
     
  5. Jacob1

    Jacob1 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I prefer body paint. Sure it gets a little chilly, but it makes you one with nature.


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  6. mikido

    mikido Weekend Warrior

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    Wool boys, stop wasting money on polyester
     
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    Lung Buster Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I assumed that this would be the camo of choice for Masterhunter!!

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    Body paint is unnatural. I roll in an elk wallow. Scent and camo in one. Late season you just have to bust the ice off first.
     
  9. MasterHunter

    MasterHunter Weekend Warrior

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    you should use leaves and pine combs...makes a great cover scent, I normally buy new gear and throw it in the woods and drag it through leaves and deer poop and let it marinate a few nights before putting them into scent free bags.
     
  10. Beehunter

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    I tried pine combs once. Didn't like them. Made my hair sticky.

    Bazinga!
     
  11. MasterHunter

    MasterHunter Weekend Warrior

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    if you ever have to wipe with one, becareful which direction your going!!!!
     
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    JLhunts Weekend Warrior

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    Found out the hard way didnt ya
     
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    I never wipe with them......... I carry a roll of MasterHunter in my pack for those events. :rock:
     
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    me too, master hunter brand gets the job done with the least wipes as possible.. make sure your not going back to front!
     

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