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Gravey

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Grew up wearing green wool pants and a flannel shirt. Marketing has taken over telling us what we should wear. I do have matching camo but may not always wear it together. One day my wife said “you don’t match” to which I replied “the deer don’t care”. As mentioned play the wind and be still. Good luck!!!
 
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TNTreeman

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I love merino wool as a base layer; you won’t hunt long in bad weather if your freezing. I hate anything that’s “ trendy”. Slowly build up your gear as funds allow and you see a need. All my hunting clothing is in a Plano big container and stays in my truck during the season. In that is extra socks, rain gear, batteries, extra warm gear, and a piece of cedar for smell. I generally hunt up high in a tree or with the wind in my favor. I have old Cabelas coveralls that are rainproof and I’ve replaced the zipper twice. The more trendy or more expensive gear I’ve found to be more useless.
 

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