A mixture of green reeds and coontail, combined with broken grey and brown logs, laid over a natural tan background. The trophy bass that are hidden in the foliage is the icing on the cake. The abundance of green and tan in this design emulates a spring turkey hunting pattern.
A mixture of grey rocks and branches, with tan and olive coontail and cabbage weed provide a great place for the big Walleye to hide out. The only thing missing is the hook and lure. Designed like a big-game camo - only the game your after is already hidden in the pattern.
A pattern of tangled tree roots, logs, and algae, over a natural muddy-brown base. To finish it off, we have hidden crappie in the branches. The end result looks and feels a lot like a traditional camo hunting pattern...only with a new twist.
Golden cabbage weeds and grey tree roots laid over a rocky lake bottom, with hints of natural tan and olive. Hiding within the vegetation, giant trophy-size musky. This unique pattern may look a little bit like a bird hunting pattern at first glance, but it is truly something more.
A sampling of the popular gamefish's natural habitat offering a mixture of tans, greens, and brown highlights. The trophy redfish hidden in the foliage offer a hyper realistic pattern Redfish anglers will appreciate.