With turkey season underway across most of the country, chances are that you have your sights set on at least one old tom that you just can’t seal the deal on. You have practiced your calls, know where he roosts, and have a pretty good idea where he spends his days, but you can’t seem to get him into range. Most turkey hunters know the importance of camouflage but one detail you may not have thought about is the pattern of your camouflage. As you know, turkeys have incredible eyesight. No matter how enticing the calling and decoys are, when something looks slightly out of place in the woods it can spook an old gobbler and keep them from coming into your set up. After all, they didn’t get to be that old tom by not being cautious. The spring woods look completely different than they do in the winter during deer season. If you have been using the same camo to turkey hunt that you use to deer hunt, try using something with a different pattern. Use a pattern that blends in with the springtime woods, something that has more leafy patterns and greener colors. The change might just be the key to putting the finishing touches on bagging that old tom.