- because I haven't bought camo in so long I haven't a clue as to what's hot and what's not. IF I were to show up at one of those Coyote Hunting Camps I'd be so embarressed. Heck I've still have a new pack of Desert Camo Charcoal from the post Desert Storm military surplus days. Those suites were designed to absorb and protect flesh from chemicals and touted to hide ones body odor from those pesky Coyotes. There's no telling what odors were generated from the 'hight tech' exterior fabric.
Coyotes could be seen in packs hundreds of yards away laughting their furry asses off! Now that makes me wanta wack'em!
I have grown to like Predator Camo but it is pricey, I like it best for bowhunting. As for gun hunting, I also buy what is on sale, camo seems less important when you don't have to close the distance to 30 yds
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