Camo pattern

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  1. musher

    musher Elite Refuge Member

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    Driving me nuts trying to remember a camo pattern that I use to see people use out west. It was a tan and white large pattern with heavy black lines shaped almost like tree branches. Anybody know what it was called?

    Wife was mentioning how the original tree bark camo seems to be coming back and it got me to thinking of all the camo pattern trends over the years.

    Probably like many on here, our original camo use to be a faded Carhart jacket or military BDU’s.
     
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  2. WestKyHunt

    WestKyHunt Senior Refuge Member

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    510_DC_Web_I__34619.1491929548.1280.1280.jpg predator camo maybe?
     
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    NWRINGNECK Elite Refuge Member

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    Try ASAT......also I think ASAT “all season all terrain” had a grey version and a tan version. Really worked well when I was in a tree stand in Ponderosa Pines
     
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    jolle Elite Refuge Member

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    Probably asat or predator. Predator fall gray is what I wear in the treestand.
     
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  5. LA4024

    LA4024 Refuge Member

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    Maybe Vintage predator camo???
     
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  6. musher

    musher Elite Refuge Member

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    That’s it!!!


    thanks for the replies. It was like having a song stuck in my head
     
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    Rapscallion Refuge Member

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    Anybody ever use the ASAT in the marsh? Like in cattails and such.
     
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    creedsduckman Elite Refuge Member

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    I was just wondering how it would look in the marsh.
     
  9. Native NV Ducker

    Native NV Ducker Mod-Duck Hunters Forum, Classifieds, and 2 others Moderator

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    I have.

    Without a doubt, the BEST camo out there. It was all I used back when you could find cheap pieces, and I didn't need 'quality' cold weather gear. There is still one guy out there selling it, but it is Sitka expensive. (Meateater's buddy)

    I have hung it on the blind while going on a walk, and looked back. At distance, it simply shows no pattern, no 'shape'. Just, gone.

    I sat on a bare rock hillside in AZ, waiting for my Dad and friend to arrive (we had arraigned the meet when we split up). Honestly, bare rocks, some scrub brush, but I was out in the open. I was above them, kind of a bowl we were all in. I was 70 yards away, sitting, not moving, when I heard them come in. They walked within 40-50 yards, I could hear them talking. Wondering where I was, how long I was going to be. They looked right at me, scanning the bowl. Never saw me till I moved.

    I still have a light cotton cover I wear when I can.
     
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  10. musher

    musher Elite Refuge Member

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    What I always liked about it was the openness of the pattern so you don’t get the blob affect. It would be good in a marsh setting, in a tree stand or on the ground
     
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