What is the best camouflage patterns for hunting in these areas of Texas?

July 13, 2010 by Bowhunter  
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Scott B asked:

I will be hunting in deep East Texas and a ranch in South Texas that borders Mexico.

I know the landscapes and trees are different from my visits to each, but am curious to see what camouflage patterns are best for these areas? Is there one that would work well for both since I will not be hunting either on a regular basis?

Please include links with your answers so I can see what the pattern looks like.

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3 Responses to “What is the best camouflage patterns for hunting in these areas of Texas?”
  1. Makeup Discounters

    All those landscapes are different. You have some green in East texas and lots of brown down south. Below are my pics for both…..but,I am not in your spot or know what colors you have.

  2. Cure Yeast Infections

    Camo is camo, anything that breaks up your pattern will work. Focus more on your prey than how to hide from them…

  3. LED Grow Lights

    What’s the terrain like?

    Yes, camo is just camo, but if you wear the wrong pattern, you’ll stick out like a sore thumb.

    For example, the camo patterns I use now, I wouldn’t use in North Georgia- the terrain is different.

    Something like this may work:
    The above 2 links are about the same pattern, the first one has more green to it than the 2nd one does.

    Here’s the links to other camo patterns they offer (leaving the snow one and wetlands one out)
    With all the links, it also gives you pictures to see how it would look against the woods.

    Here are some other patterns:

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