I wanted to get some feedback on what everyone likes. I just purchased some Mossy Oak Treestand and like it but I know a lot of my friends hate it. Just thoght I would put this up for fun.
Need I say more
Need I say more
Location: South DakotaDon’t be concerned on how you look to other humans. Concentrate on being UV free as viewed from an animals eye. Big open patterns to breakup your outline.
Location: South Dakota
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Yea, What he said. Kory, Kory, Kory, how many times do I have to remind you. “The little old ladies” can spit on the sidewalk. It’s legal here!!LOL
Location: nyI voted other..I dont hunt with out my scent lok leafy suit on opening day
Joined: 3/29/2007I like the more open pattern and light grey colors in the Mossy oak Treestand camo… I also like the Grey Predator Camo also…
I believe its better for Hardwood treestands
Location: OhioPredator for meAll We Do Is SELFILMEDI voted other as I like Gamehide’s Naked North the best and second is Mathews Lost Camo.
Tree stand camo is not bad either.Rob "Shooter" Stenger WTW Staff
Joined: 1/17/2006realtree hardwoods
Jeff K in IL
Joined: 11/1/2005ASAT for me!
Joined: 8/25/2007I voted other as my camo is changing to:
Joined: 7/12/2004Realtree AP HD for me. I really like Lost Camo too. It looks like a lighter Hardwoods HD to me.
Joined: 8/5/2008I use my digital camo from when I was in the Marines, if it will fool your outline from a guy with a scope, then it will fool our four legged friends. Plus it already has non-uv material……if only the made it scent free .
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