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Storing Your Hunting Clothes Until Next Season

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Now that deer season has come to an end, how does everyone out there store their hunting clothes until next season to ensure it's kept scent-free and is ready to go come next Fall?


I don't care to keep it scent free after the season. I have a place in my basement where all my hunting gear gets stored in a closet organizer.  

I wash, and dry outside, all my clothing before the season starts in August 

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I just hang them in the closet with the rest of my cloths. Sometime in August I will wash them with the same tide free and clear I always use for everything. Then they hang out side for a while and get rained on a few times. Then I’ll cut a few pine and oak branches and I throw them with my cloths in a tub that either stays in my truck or on my porch until I’m done for the season.


I used to be crazy about scent control. I’m by no means sloppy but I don’t use any special detergents or sprays. You won’t find me without a pocket of milkweed pods though come September

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I wash them at end of season and put them in a dresser in my hunting room.  This year I will take them out of the draw and go hunting.  Again could careless about scent on my clothes. Play the wind and you will never care again.  Like I have and will continue to say you can NEVER NEVER NEVER NEVER NEVER NEVER  hide your scent.  NEVER ok  point made.  Enjoy 

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I have three of these off Amazon. They are about $17. I then I throw in some dirt scented wafers. I have them organized. One for shirts, one for pants and the last for base layers. I then take a black marker and label them. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00LDYGTU2/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=esignheryl-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B00LDYGTU2&linkId=cbbeca91d264758b275c0e2cddc301ac511zji4u9BL._SY400_.jpg

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