Hunting vest offer

Discussion in 'Whitetails General' started by Poor Valley, Mar 2, 2006.

  1. Poor Valley

    Poor Valley Active Member

    Mar 14, 2003
    Rolla, Mo
    I had heard some time back that Kevin had a new and innovative product comeing. I was a little surprised when I came across this site however.

  2. xxx

    xxx Guest


    Interesting info for sure......

  3. PMan

    PMan Retired

    Dec 3, 2002
    Now--If he would just place one of them spray bottles of Turkey Cover scent with each sale!:stickfight:

  4. huntforfunnfood

    huntforfunnfood New Member

    Jun 30, 2003
    new bloomfield mo
    humm thats interesting for sure but honestly most times when i am rifle hunting i really don't worry about the orange factor i just sit still and shoot but .......I would give it a try IF it really works it would be nice to have i guess
  5. Keith

    Keith New Member

    Dec 13, 2002
    Springfield, MO.

    I do not know how my Dad or Grandad ever tagged a deer or turkey wearing o'l bibs and heavy jean coats. :bangin:
  6. wjb4wk

    wjb4wk New Member

    Mar 8, 2005
    Another case of taking advantage of the premise, "there's a sucker born everyday". Pastel blue with pink trousers is good enough for deer hunting as long as you don't move or stink.
  7. callaojoe

    callaojoe Máistir an pointe hocht.

    Jan 21, 2004
    N/C Missouri
    Hey Keith, I heard about this fellar that killed a pretty nice buck at a handicapped hunt a few years ago, his camo patterns didn't match..... So if that can happen:rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:

    Honestly, I'll agree with the rest of you that say keep downwind, and don't move.... If you obey these two rules you could wear a pink tutu and not be seen. Just ask DSG.:rotfl:
  8. Chairman

    Chairman Senior Member

    Dec 2, 2002
    Henry County

  9. V.P.

    V.P. New Member

    Jan 8, 2004
    When I am gun hunting deer I am usually dressed head to ankle in blaze orange. I have had deer come as close as 3 yds while dressed this way. And have never failed to take a deer that I had a clear shot at.

    This year, while only wearing a blaze orange hat and jacket, I had several small 8 pointers and a couple of does come within 15 yds and the 9 point that I shot was shot at 30 yds.

    Maybe when I need a new piece of hunting clothing I will buy a piece of this but at present I really have no need for it.
  10. henry

    henry Fan Boy aka Mr Twisty and

    It's so covert that I would'nt feel right taking advantage of the deer like that. I think I'll stick to using one of the 35 orange vests I have now,,,,,,and have to turn the house upside down to find one of every rifle season.

  11. Rebel2

    Rebel2 Well-Known Member

    Dec 16, 2003
    Ozark, MO
    I think a few years ago I read that any blaze orange the deer can see really visible at the twilight hours... kind of glows or whatever, similar to the uvs on alot of clothing. I think there were a few compaines organizations etc trying to make the change to where you had to wear pink instead of blaze orange.. I aint wearin pink...:stickfight:
  12. Thayer

    Thayer New Member

    Dec 17, 2005
    Imperial, Mo
    Deer trigger on movement when their smellers don't work...too much not known about their peepers!
  13. shortmag

    shortmag New Member

    Feb 22, 2006
    I like to wear my covert orange vest while using my super duper double secret whitetail whistle and mega dominant doe peak rut estrous:moon:
  14. Will that vest keep me from getting shot at? That is why we really wear orange vests. Obvously, the 200K plus deer that were shot this gun season in Missouri didn't see to mind the regular ol' orange vests. In fact, the doe that I shot didn't seem to mind the orange hooded sweatshirt I was wearing as I walked up on her and "gave her the gun" as Jimi Hendrix said.
  15. danceswithbooze

    danceswithbooze New Member

    Jul 16, 2005
    Reminds me of a saying that my grandfather used to use

    "Fishing lures aren't designed to catch fish son...they are designed to catch fishermen"