Camo all depends on the natural surroundings. Typically, I wear the "old" styled shadowgrass, because it fits my waterfowling locations very well. I wear MO Obsession where I deer hunt usually, BUT I've not found anything closer to the real thing than the old school Treebark for some flooded timber I used to shoot from. Just need to get an idea of the surroundings, match the camo pattern to the habitat, and use shade & shadows to your benefit.
Use any camo that has colors somewhat close to the cover you hunt most often.
The biggest part of staying hidden is to remain as motionless as possible. Don't move; if you must move, do so VERY S-L-O-W-L-Y. You will remain unseen in fairly poor camo if you are still, if you move a lot, the world's best camo won't help.
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