Is Camouflage Necessary for Hunting? With Daniel Vitalis — WildFed Podcast #117
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Is camouflage necessary for hunting? How much of it is gimmick and hype? If it does work, to what degree does it make sense to be employing it? Join Daniel for a solo edition of the podcast as he takes a deep dive into the art and practicality of camouflage. Nature regularly employs camouflage for deception — both for predators and for prey — and it's important that we, as hunters, consider our visibility in the landscapes we're moving through. In this episode, Daniel explains how camouflage works and gives an overview of the myriad of different camouflage options available — patterns, colors, brands and more. He explores the effectiveness of these options in the field and shares his own experiences, as well as some of his favorites. We hope this gives you some food for thought as you consider your hunting, fishing and foraging wardrobe into the future! View full show notes, including links to resources from this episode here:
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