Page 1 of 2 When hunting on the ground in light colored, grassy areas, patterns that simulate grass and rushes are the best choice. The venerable Mathews Lost Camo shows its obvious versitality here. Hunter It wasn't until he finished pawing the ground and had begun to leave that he offers a broadside shot. In light colored grasslands or western plains settings, a light colored pattern that can be adaptable to shade is the best choice. The same is true if you specialize in cornfield hunting. A pattern such as Mossy Oak Duck Blind, Advantage Camo Max 4, Farmland Camouflage or Cornfield Camo would be much less visible than a darker all-purpose hunting camo pattern designed for hunting among tree trunks.
Somebody makes a pattern that perfectly matches even the most specialized hunting environment. For example, if you find yourself hunting from tree stands in small trees with little background cover, you can choose a hunting camo pattern to blend with the sky.