Is Sitka gear worth the money?
Definitely worth every penny IME, especially if your a tree stand whitetail hunter in the colder climates. If used correctly and layered properly, it is truly a game changer. Last season while hunting in Kansas Sitka allowed me to have all day sits while enduring temps in the 20’s with strong winds 20-30mph.
What is so special about Sitka Gear?
Sitka is the first to put a camo pattern on mountain- built clothing. Look at the prices for Mountain Hardwear, Arc’teryx, Marmot, etc. They charge at least as much as Sitka for the same stuff (just non-camo). Sitka also uses silver in its fabric for scent control.
What should you wear duck hunting?
Waders, a waterproof jacket and waterproof gloves will help make your hunt more comfortable. Assuming you’re wearing waders, the pants don’t matter. Choose something warm and dress in layers if you’re hunting in cold weather.
Is Sitka overpriced?
High Quality (Expensive) Materials. One of the biggest reasons Sitka is so expensive is because they use such high-quality materials to construct their products. As a result, their products are incredibly durable and highly effective. But that means that you end up paying the price.
What is the warmest Sitka jacket?
Our warmest waterproof whitetail insulated jacket—made with GORE-TEX fabric—is designed to keep you comfortable on those late season sits when rain or snow settles in.
Are Sitka waders insulated?
SITKA Gear Serviceable Hunting Waders
You can buy inexpensive waders for one-tenth the cost. … All options are non-insulated and constructed with layering capability to allow for usage in varying hunting conditions.
Is Sitka gear made in China?
Sitka Gear produces 39 different pieces, ranging in price from $20 for a hat and $550 for a jacket. The pieces are made overseas and shipped from a distribution center in Vacaville.
Does Sitka have a military discount?
Kuiu and Sitka also offer discounts for Vets, military and first responders. Sitka requires the Leoadventures verification for the 40% discount.
Is Camo necessary for duck hunting?
Duck hunters commonly use camo clothing, a blind bag, binoculars, a thermos, flashlights, decoy gloves, mechanical decoys, and other accessories. But none of these items is an absolute necessity.
Are waders necessary for duck hunting?
Unless you’re hunting ducks and geese in dry fields, waders are an absolute necessity. This pair of Cabela’s waders are great for new hunters. They won’t break the bank and their thick neoprene design will keep you warm on cold winter mornings.
What does every duck hunter need?
Let’s start things off with a list of everything a waterfowl hunter needs for the hunt.
- Ammunition Supply.
- Shotgun Sling.
- Blind Bag.
- Calls: 6-in-1 Whistle, Double-Reed Duck Call, Electronic Caller, Mouth Calls, Short-Reed Goose Call, Duck Call.
- Dog Whistle.
- Duck Strap.
How do I keep my feet warm while duck hunting?
Boots should be roomy enough to allow you to wiggle your toes freely while wearing hunting socks. Tight boots can restrict the circulation in your feet, which keeps the blood from flowing freely to your toes and warming them. In cold weather, waterfowlers should wear boots that have 600 to 1,000 grams of insulation.
Can you duck hunt without decoys?
Many people believe that it is absolutely necessary to have decoys to be able to duck hunt. Although having decoys often does not hurt your ability to harvest your limit of ducks, and often times it helps, with some planning it is possible to still bag ducks when duck hunting without decoys.
What is the best choke for duck hunting?
A modified choke tube (0.020”) is the best choke size for duck hunting. It allows for all-around performance for both decoying and passing shots. All types of shot and shot sizes can be put through a modified choke tube with no issues. Full chokes are specialized chokes for long distance shots only.