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Articles by Peter B. Mathiesen

Staying Warm On Any Hunt, Anywhere

How to keep the cold at bay no matter what weather you’re hunting in.
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Camo Pattern Guide for Deer Hunting

With an extraordinary number of camo patterns to choose from, we wanted to help you define which one will work the hardest for you this coming deer season.
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Northeast Camo Patterns

With the oldest logged forests in the country, much of the northeast is a mix of mature timber with maple, oak, pines, and some birch.
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Southeast Camo Patterns

In this warmer climate there are plenty of oaks often mixed with persimmons, river birches, yellow pines and green foliage.
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Midwest Camo Patterns

In this part of the country you’ll find a varied mix of large and small oak species, with many hunters utilizing field edges.
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Southwest Camo Patterns

In most of the Southwest, hunters will encounter some smaller-diameter oak species mixed with heavy thorns and ground cover.
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Prairie Camo Patterns

Home to some of the most visually specific camo patterns in recent years, most feature grass and rocks in a multitude of colors, including snow.
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Rocky Mountains Camo Patterns

This part of the country lends itself to combinations of rocks and grasses mixed with larger timber that are almost exclusive to a pine-tree variety.
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Northwest Camo Patterns

The wet Western mountain states sport a large variety of big-timber conifers, including ponderosas, spruce with some ferns.
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Empire Divers

Although there are numerous ways to hunt waterfowl, lying on your back in an oval layout boat is an extraordinarily foreign technique to most of us.
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