Best Camo for Texas?

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  1. TheDan

    TheDan DEPLORABLE TGT Supporter

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    There's not going to be one camo pattern the works well everywhere in Texas. Lots of very different terrain here. In central Texas you'd need something like ACU for the hill country, multicam for the piney woods (although they mostly burnt down), and something like mossy oak brush for the oak savanna.

    ...or like others said, just wear whatever you want since you'll be in a blind anyways :laughing:
     


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  2. Huntindoc

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    Brush country.
     
  3. unicom

    unicom Active Member

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    Depending on time of year I would use deep wood off and wear a mosquito proof face net. As far as camouflage goes anything you find at Walmart works. You will be in a blind 90% of the time. I would wear cargo/5.11 style pants and you will be ok with short sleeve or light weight long sleeve. Lucky for you Cabelas is just south of Austin on 35 in Buda.

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  4. HKaltwasser

    HKaltwasser Active Member

    The Multicam , Troppentarn, and Aridfleck work well where I'm at in most seasons. Regular Flecktarn works well in the Fall/Winter. The dark Cedar/Mountain Juniper with the turning leaves. Multicam and Aridfleck work well all year.
     
  5. ZX9RCAM

    ZX9RCAM Over the Rainbow bridge... TGT Supporter

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    Right about now, I'd suggest a wet suit...
     
  6. HKaltwasser

    HKaltwasser Active Member

    As long as it's Multicam to match my flippers:D. How y'all holding up?
     
  7. ZX9RCAM

    ZX9RCAM Over the Rainbow bridge... TGT Supporter

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    I'm sitting here with my generator, and feeling really grateful.
     
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  8. deemus

    deemus TGT Addict

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    I like to use the Max One camo pattern. It covers the "not East Texas" portion of Texas from stem to stern. Sage, mesquite, etc. are part of this one. These areas are more dry and have different terrain than East Texas and Max One is a perfect fit for South Texas, Hill Country and West Texas.

    If you are moving to East Texas, then the Real Tree Camo or Advantage Timber are good choices.
     
  9. Hoji

    Hoji Bowling-Pin Commando

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    Crown royal bag and a tiara. You will blend right in in Austin.
     
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