It’s late December and with the fallow bucks still growing their antlers, it’s again at this time of the year that camera and stalking skills are retested.
With the Ridgeline camouflage clothing to help me stalk in nice and close, I take photos of bucks with velvet covered antlers and also see if a potential trophy buck may be getting about.
The Buffalo camouflage pattern works very well in the varying conditions and cover that is available during the stalk, as the photos of the velvet bucks that are unaware of my close proximity while photographing them testifies. It’s an excellent result.
The cotton fabric of the Ridgeline gear is very comfortable to wear during the hotter summer weather.
My first few outings in this camouflage clothing have been excellent and I look forward to many more stalks in the gear while out and about.