Share your trail cam pictures

Discussion in 'How To Hunt Big Game' started by MNhunter86, Aug 26, 2012.

  1. MNhunter86

    MNhunter86 Well-Known Member

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    So this is the first time I've uploaded any pictures to LRH forums but here goes lets see if they work. These pictures were taken with a Moultrie IR55 the camera is by no means a top quality camera. The best thing about this camera is battery life I've had the same 6 C batteries in this camera since last October and they still say 41% left. It takes decent day pictures but I'm positive its not taking night pictures for some reason. So Here are a couple of pics I took off the last time I switched memory cards. PICT0443.jpg

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  2. greenhornet-1

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    Nice deer! I'm getting ready to put my camera out tomarrow.
     

  3. MNhunter86

    MNhunter86 Well-Known Member

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    Two of my trail cams I leave up year round and they just click away and the batteries last all winter too. Although I check them less often in the off season.
     
  4. Magnumitis

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    Great buck! Here are two different bulls I got on my Bushnell Trophy Cam:

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  5. Gene R.

    Gene R. Well-Known Member

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    A couple little guys from other day, only about 100 yard from my back door.

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  6. MNhunter86

    MNhunter86 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for sharing guys. Trail cams are a great tool for scouting, great way to find out whats roaming around in places you haven't checked out before.
     
  7. bronco

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    Here is a bruiser we have been watching for a couple years in Virginia. Finally a monster and my partner will get the trigger time. This year he will be going down!
     

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  8. MNhunter86

    MNhunter86 Well-Known Member

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    Bronco, their is more than one shooter in that picture lol. That is a nice looking herd you have going there.
     
  9. bronco

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    All five are shooters on any other properties I hunt! But we have been really working hard to clean up the gene pool and let the good bucks mature on this specific 80 acre wood lot and the proof is in the picture. We are getting surprisingly great results after only five years of selective harvest and culling does. No food plots or feeding either. We put some mineral blocks out when its legal and keep foot traffic and hunting pressure to a minimum.
     
  10. MNhunter86

    MNhunter86 Well-Known Member

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    So I was out bow hunting friday evening and I only had does coming thru from 4 to dusk. But on my way out of my stand well after dark I was walking with my head lamp on back to camp and I'm pretty sure I saw my shooter moving quickly thru the brush cause I could see some of his antlers. Damn that deer and his caution!! lol well at least I know he hasn't been shot and he is still in my area. Although I'm not really worried about him being shot he has managed to get this old he knows how to take care of him self.
     
  11. bronco

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    The buck from you pictures... He will be fine and if you pushed him at dark he won't stray to far. I sure hope you get him! I am really intrigued by his rack and would like a closer look. Best of luck! Missing hunting whitetails... but I am waiting for my first moose season in Sweden and I hope that makes up for it
     
  12. OneShot0351

    OneShot0351 Well-Known Member

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    Thee are from my brothers camera in Central Alabama, i am in the military and will not get to bow hunt this year as i will be in arizona all of october, if hes not down by thanksgiving i will have a chance at him.
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  13. bronco

    bronco Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like CAX or WTI time. Could be worse... Could be August in AZ!
     
  14. OneShot0351

    OneShot0351 Well-Known Member

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    WTI... true, or afghan in July. same heat , 10X the humidity.