Can you spot these hunters when they are covered in camouflage?
Camo is an important part of hunting for many reasons, the main being so you are hidden from your pray.
When your prey doesn’t notice you are there, you have a better chance at a shot. The type of camouflage you should use depends on what the surroundings look like where you will be hunting.
Check out these photos to see how powerful hunter camo can be.
This hunter disappears into a snowy field.
This hunter becomes part of the tree as he gets ready to take a shot.
It will be hard for any animal to see this hunter who blends in with the tall grass in the wetlands.
Sticks everywhere? No problem for this huntsman.
A deer or any other animal casually walking through the woods would never see this hunter.
Leafy trees conceal a hunter perfectly with this type of camouflage.
This special type of camouflage disguises a hunter on the top of the mountain.
The yellow color of the leaves and the tan tree trunk make it easy for this hunter to blend.
The only thing that doesn’t blend in this picture are a couple of fingers.
This hunter is even camouflaged as he climbs a tree.
This hunter is concealed within the side of a green hill.
This hunter blends perfectly within the trees.
High up in the trees, this hunter matches flawlessly with his surroundings.
This hunter becomes one with the flowers in a field of cattails.
Use this type of camouflage to mask yourself on a snow-covered mountain.
Can you even tell where this hunter ends and his surroundings start?
This hunter is concealed seamlessly against a tree with patches of green leaves.
Another snowy scene disguises this hunter effortlessly.
Another hunter hides in tall grass and cattails out of sight of any prey.
This hunter looks exactly like a late fall tree with a few sparse leaves on it.
Camouflage can make or break your hunt. Make sure you stay hidden from your quarry!