Archive for the ‘Camo’ Category


OK…smart guy. You’re already planning for next fall’s deer/elk hunt aren’t you?

Planning on getting some new camo, sighting in your firearm in August, lining up your spots all summer. But there’s one problem. You stink.

Deer have some of the best smellers (that’s noses for those of you who are more refined than Dead Eye) on the planet.

Read this article and weep.

Outdoor Hub


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Hunters – just in time for Valentine’s Day…Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill, on Feb 4 2016, allowing hunters to wear fluorescent pink instead of the traditional blaze orange.

Previously, at least half of all clothing gun deer hunters wore above the waist had to be blaze orange. This bill allows hunters to swap the orange for fluorescent pink.

The bill’s authors have said the measure is designed to provide more options for hunters and attract more women into hunting, a rationale some female hunters have called sexist.

Unless you’re hiding in a candy shop…well, on second thought I’m okay with it.


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OK slackers. In years past you’ve probably walked past more deer than you’ve seen.

This year will be different, right?

Spot the critter in this photo.

First to reply wins an all expense trip to Cobb, Wisconsin.


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The rut is on! The air is crisp. The anticipation is high.


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Ran into these little guys yesterday. They were pretty pumped up about their hunt.

Looks like fall is here!


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Deer Camp Dessert

Campers – good news! Jelly Belly has introduced Camo Beans, a special selection of jelly beans inspired by the art of camouflage, as part of its initiative to support military families.

Jelly Belly Camo Beans come in 3.5-oz. bags in 12-ct. cases and come with seven flavors inside each bag: chocolate pudding, green apple, licorice, juicy pear, orange sherbet, toasted marshmallow and watermelon.

As part of the company’s initiative to continue supporting U.S. troops, for every bag of Camo Beans sold, Jelly Belly will donate $0.25 in support of U.S. veterans and their families.


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DIY Camo

Have you been to a store lately to price out some new camo outerwear gear? It’s pretty pricey, from my point of view.

Check out this cat’s camo. Now that’s what I call being a DIY’er. Just drop your hands in some mud, place on limbs, let dry – and you’re invisible.

Plus…if I can get the missus to help out with the spots I can’t reach easily…well, you never know what might happen.

I think this is what I’ll do for bow season next fall.

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