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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-24-2014, 06:40 PM Thread Starter
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Grouse Camo

Man I just got a sweet new under armour hoddie in realtree max-4 camo. I doubt the grouse will see me in this hoodie! the pattern looks just like the brushy area I am finding the grouse.

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-24-2014, 10:50 PM
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Re: Grouse Camo

Dude,

Your a bird guy now. Camo is taboo. All apparel must be khaki, tweed or fluorescent orange. Even a silly beagle guy like me knows that.

You can still wear it to cabelas though.

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Re: Grouse Camo

Camo matches everything!!!

Try this camo Mike.....you can sneak right up on them!!

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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-25-2014, 02:22 AM Thread Starter
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Re: Grouse Camo

LOL this was just a joke

I must say that my choice was swayed towards a more brushy looking camo but that hoody will not be going grouse hunting.

My attire grouse hunting attire consists of comfy pants, under an old pair of rain gear. A hideous, motor oil stained fluorescent orange thermal lined hood (with my ex place of work's logo), and a cheap 20 dollar vest on top, with a free orange hat (with my cousins ex place of work logo), with a big huge tossle cap on top that was used as target practice for my bow in second archery about 8 years ago as I thought my sight was off. LOL

I break the mold when it comes to upland fashion in the grouse woods. I may just have my wife snag a candid shot tomorrow so you know I am not messing with you guys.

The only nice looking stuff I take with me our my lab and my gun. LOL

And BRDOGS I actually hate you for posting that camo! Now I want it

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Re: Grouse Camo

Ok, so you've bought grouse camo. Now you need to buy a grouse call and if you still have money left, maybe some decoys.
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Re: Grouse Camo

That's OK mike. I signed you up for Grouse Eye for the Deer Guy. Hopefully they will be calling you shortly.

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Re: Grouse Camo

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Ok, so you've bought grouse camo. Now you need to buy a grouse call and if you still have money left, maybe some decoys.
DO THEY MAKE DECOYS???

Just kidding dap, not sure if you caught the sarcasm in this thread or not.

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Nice looking camo. Just what I didn't need to see.
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Re: Grouse Camo

Gentlemen,
In some states you still do not need to wear Orange
this state was like that at one time.
Grouse camo, even as a joke it makes me wounder about today youth.
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Gentlemen,
In some states you still do not need to wear Orange
this state was like that at one time.
Grouse camo, even as a joke it makes me wounder about today youth.
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