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Old April 11, 2007, 05:15 PM   #5
Jseime
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I'm no expert, but I should think that yellow, red, or orange a better choice than white, since to a whitetail, the color white means "warning/run/not good"; hence their flagging of their white tails when alarmed.
Most of the time when white tail season rolls around there is snow on the ground and it helps you blend in better.

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I assume in Saskatchewan you will be hunting in a blind so, camo is not necessary.
Not necessarily depending on the area. Where I hunt we do a lot of driving and then bush pushing.

Whereabouts in Saskatchewan will you be hunting that will make a big difference as to what type of hunting you do.
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