Much of California's Blacktail hunting takes place between July and September in elevations ranging from 0 to 5,000 feet above sea level. It's a hunt known for being dry and hot, similar to archery Antelope seasons throughout the rest of the west. Mornings and evenings can be cool when ocean fog occurs in coastal settings. Having the proper hunting clothing and accessories make all the difference in bringing home a sizable buck. Lightweight base layer bottoms and a mid layer top are typically enough to insulate during these times. For extra concealment during bow hunts, the Ultra Merino 210 Gloves and a 145 Neck Gaiter are solid lightweight choices.