I wonder if anyone out there has tried camo on their bow. I would think it would be a plus for anyone that uses stalking as a way of hunting. In the past I used to hunt a thick brushy area. In there, was a small clearing that had a very small water hole. The clearing was maybe 20'x20', with a small oak tree close to the clearing edge. I was able to hunt out of that oak tree, but being as small as it was I was limited to 7-8' from the ground. And the possibility of being siloueted (depending on the time and kind of day) was ever present. The first few times hunting there, the deer picked me out. To solve my problem I went to a craft shop and purchased artificial leaves of different types and color. Getting soft ones that make no noise when rustled, is a must. I fastened them to the top and bottom limbs of my bows. When ever a deer came into the clearing I would hold the bow as if to shoot the deer ( held out in front of me) even if I had no intention of doing so, and the deer rarely picked me out. I shot some nice bucks out of that clearing and I still believe a lot of credit was due to the bow camo. Some would look, but it was if they couldn't see beyond the bow. Anyway,just thought I would pass it along. I was a cheap fix that worked for me and a few of my hunting friends. I'll see if I can post some pics of tbe bow.
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