Whether trying to protect from theft or detection from game while hunting or looters or rioters in a situation of civil unrest, the following information can help for disguising and remaining undetectable.
While some hunters spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on hunting clothes, others prefer to be more practical. Although high end apparel may provide more versatility, less expensive camo will do its job as well. It's all a matter of looking at the right place, knowing what to look for, and trying out what works for you. In addition to clothing and other camouflage techniques, consider the basics of avoiding detection like Hiding behind things, Matching your background and Using the crossover times of day (just after sunrise, and again just after sunset).
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If you need to hide in the wild and you don’t have a Ghillie suit (the rag suit worn by military snipers), then make the next best thing – a mud suit!
We've seen versions of it in action flicks, and shockingly, it's a legitimate and effective camouflage technique. The first step is to wallow in some mud, coating every square inch of your body, clothing optional. Next, you can use crushed black charcoal from a campfire to "paint" dots and stripes here and there overtop the mud. Darken the high spots, leave the low spots, and don't make symmetrical patterns. Keep it random. Then – while the mud is still wet – roll on the ground to pick up leaves, moss and bits of debris.