I'm a believer that the camoflage pattern you wear, does make a difference. One turkey season, I approached my hunting partner from a distance away, and spotted him immediately at the dark gray blob in a variety of greens, gold, and browns. He was wearing Realtree's Hardwoods Gray, and should've been wearing something more like Realtree's Advantage Timber or at the very least Hardwoods Green.
Coming up, I'll describe some of the more popular camo patterns and where you might use them. For now, I'll start you off with a list and links to some of the camo pattern makers:
Realtree; Mossy Oak; CamoWest; Predator Camoflage Am I missing some? Let me know if there's more I should add to the list!