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Our German Shepherds have been really upset the last week or so which is usually my cue to go up the mountain and check on my Cuddebacks. We have 40 acres not far from the Canadian Border in Northern Washington State and I like to place my Cuddebacks on our mountain trails that lead down to the Skagit River. This time of year when the Salmon run, we get lots of BEAR and COUGAR travelling through our Ranch. Pretty rare to get a daylight picture of a BIG CAT! We LOVE our Cuddebacks!! Easy to use, EXCELLENT CLARITY, and super battery life and CUSTOMER SUPPORT!! Kevin Ashenfelter Marblemount, Washington
this is the deer I call floppy. notice his left ear.every pic I have even in velvet his ear is the same
This is a 6 or 7 year old buck that's been on or around our Kansas lease for years. We named him Splits because until this year, his G2s were split at the top. This year they didn't split but he had a kicker instead. Although he's been around since at least 2014, we've never seen him while hunting and he often disappears for weeks or longer at a time. This year he was much more consistent and when he started showing up regularly in daylight I decided to hunt him in our early season. I crawled in my stand at 5:50 on September 26 and in less than 15 minutes he was standing broadside at 20 yards. This picture was taken just moments before I shot--if you look closely you can see me in the tree preparing to draw my bow. It was pure dumb luck to get this pic, and I certainly didn't have that in mind when placing the camera! Most seasons I'm in stand an average of 80+ hours before harvesting a big mature buck, to do it in 15 minutes seems crazy! He ended up gross scoring 166 2/8", probably down 8-10" from last year but still a wonderful buck. I'll attach a second pic as proof of the recovery.
IS THAT ME IN THE MIRROR? Doing a pre season camera survey with four stations on 410 acres this unique photo was at one of the stations.
We live on the edge of town and we have this compost pile in the backyard. This pair of foxes come almost nightly to see if they can get a quick snack. We have pics of all kinds of wildlife checking out the compost pile. The coyote is on the 3R Ranch in Roane Tx (just east of Corsicana) where my daughter lives. This pic is by our 20 foot round hog trap. He's looking for an easy meal.
Pulled this off my camera the other day, sure hope to see him again when I'm in my stand.