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    Default camo

    What is the best camo for hunting predators. Alaska has so many kinds of woods and field colorings and I don't know what to buy.

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    I just stick to dark colors and stay in the shadows. Most of my stuff is outfitter camo from Cabela's bargain cave and it works fine for me.
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    Complete white oversuit.

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    I'm currently using mil-surp German NATO winter camo, white with green splotches that look like spruce boughs. The stuff makes you nearly invisible in wooded terrain.

    However, I'm going to outfit myself with new winter camo here soon. Currently looking at ASAT winter, Predator winter, and Natural gear winter.
    Now what ?

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    spring/summer/fall- Kings Mountain Shadow
    Winter- Kings Snow Shadow

    i swear by this stuff as does everyone else i hunt with. pretty affordable, dry and comfortable and its tough material...

    check em out www.shadowcamo.com



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    Default shadow grass

    I have and like many types, but the shadow grass seems to blend in well most times of the year. Even in the winter I'll sit in a dead grass patch and blend in well. I do have snow camo as well, but it's an over layer that is kind of a pain in the butt to wear.

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