How Wearing the Best Bear Hunting Camo Factors In
When it comes to bear hunting, experienced hunters understand the patience, skill, and knowledge it takes to successfully hunt these incredible predators. Bears of all sub-species have a particularly keen sense of their surroundings, which is why hunting bears takes unique skill and a tactical approach. Staying undetected at close range is a critical factor that every bear hunter must address. Perhaps more than any other big game species, bears are sensitive to the electrical fields given off by other living beings in their environment. HECS® Stealthscreen technology addresses this fact and gives hunters a totally new experience in the wild. HECS® utilizes patented technology that actually blocks your body’s natural electromagnetic frequency. Bears use your EMF signals to tell living beings from inanimate objects, so by blocking your electrical energy, you will look more like an inanimate object and will stay undetected longer. This incredible advantage can be the difference between filling your bear tag and ending your hunt empty-handed.
So, does what you wear to a bear hunt matter? Absolutely! Whether you plan on taking a spring bear trip for black bears or grizzlies just out of hibernation, or are waiting to harvest a big brown or polar bear this fall, preparation that includes the best bear hunting camouflage is vital to your success.
Bears are tough survivors, and they have evolved to have one of the most incredible arrays of sensory organs to help them to prosper in some of the harshest environments on the planet. All bears have legendary noses but they also have incredible hearing and good eyesight. A hunter must defeat all three of these senses before success can happen. But there is a fourth sense that hunters commonly forget about (or may never have known about) that is equally important, especially when the bears are in close.
You see, every living, breathing animal emits an extreme low-frequency electromagnetic energy field through heart rate and especially through muscle movement. This energy is what confirms for the bear when they are near other living beings. HECS® uses a patented weave of conductive carbon fiber that effectively blocks this energy at the source and makes you appear more like an inanimate object that the bear generally will ignore.
Even in areas where bears are plentiful, for many hunters, just spotting a bear in the wild is a phenomenal accomplishment. With this elusive big-game animal, how can hunters, especially those with their first bear tag, hope to bag this predator? HECS® hunting clothes provide total camouflage both on the optical and electrical plane. No other bear hunting camouflage does this, and there is no other way to get this level of concealment. Each piece of HECS® outdoor clothing does more than help you blend into your surroundings because it more than just camo- its true camo…. It’s HECS®!
Bears are hunted in a variety of ways, but the most common are baiting, and spot and stalk. In a baiting scenario, the hunter commonly sets in a tree stand or on the ground typically 20-30 yards from the bait. Without HECS® bear hunting camouflage, a hunter must be very still and quiet because bears are always extremely aware of their surroundings. It is not uncommon for bears to approach and abruptly leave the area several times before committing to the bait if they ever do at all.
Spot and stalk is the practice where you see a bear feeding at a distance and the hunter attempts to sneak in close enough for a shot. This is by far the most difficult method of bear hunting but can also be the most rewarding when successful. For hunters who need to stalk close, such as bow hunters or short range firearm hunters, the bear’s uncanny ability to sense when other animals are close by means other than hearing sight or smell, is often times the difference between a successfully filled bear tag or a quickly departing bruin.
Why Getting the Best Bear Hunting Clothing Is Important
In a baiting situation with the technological advantage of HECS® EMF blocking technology, bears are typically much more relaxed and will rarely spook unexplainably, as is so common with hunters using traditional bear hunting camo. Also, the hunter can get away with considerably more movement even when the bear is at point blank range.
The same goes for spot and stalk. The bear is generally much calmer, and even if it does notice the hunter approaching, it is much more likely to just look for a couple of seconds and ignore the hunter. Wearing our bear hunting camo blocks the body’s natural electrical energy, so the hunter is not perceived as a threat, allowing closer distance and more free movements that go undetected. HECS® bear hunting camouflage is a proven and patented technology that really works. Just check out our videos and other information to see for yourself what the HECS® advantage can do for you on your next outing.
What Makes the Best Bear Hunting Camouflage?
Our team of researchers and scientists have worked to learn more about the science of animals. The focus has been on how all animals, birds, and fish, live and interact within their environment and how they react to minor changes in their electrical environment. This is a relatively new area of research, but the findings continue to add incredible understating to the importance extreme low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic fields have on the living world.
Electroreception in sharks and rays is the most well understood and documented. These species use specialized external organs to detect the electrical fields of other living beings, however it is now known that many if not most other species have some capability to detect and actively use ELF to aid in their survival as well. Science has discovered that Birds and most recently canines have a highly conductive a protein in their eyes (Cry4) which allows them to physically see ELF electromagnetic fields. This is used for navigation as well as finding prey.
There are several theories on the mechanism used in mammals to detect these fields. The most widely excepted theory with mammals involves the highly conductive element magnetite that exists in the brains of most mammals and is more pronounced in the more migratory animals like deer, elk and caribou as well as predatory animals like bears. Since the electromagnetic field produced from the earth is an ELF that is very similar to that which is produced by living beings, animals that have highly developed migratory patterns generally are also more sensitive to these fields and use this sense for detection of danger as well. Science is still gaining an understanding of the mechanics, but there is no doubt with animal experts that many creatures have the ability to sense electromagnetic signals and use this information to enhance their daily lives.
How the Best Bear Hunting Apparel Gets Hunters Closer
HECS® camo and gear is designed and made for hunters, by hunters. We know what goes into every hunt, which is why we set out to create a product that will improve your experience on every level. You can have a much more successful season this year with HECS® hunting camouflage clothing technology. With a hunting suit system from HECS®, you can have a new advantage you never thought was possible. We provide total camouflage technology including shirts, pants, head covers, gloves, socks and more. Each HECS® product features our patented carbon grid technology woven right in. Get your HECS® Stealthscreen gear in time for your next bear hunt and experience the HECS® advantage for yourself.
More than just camo, it’s true camo……..Its HECS®!