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I am getting pics of 4 different bucks using this same trail. Most pics are from 6pm to midnight.
This buck hasn’t changed a lot from last year except his left G3 looks like it grew 2 points. 1’st photo is last years antlers.
Love my new Cuddelink System camera! I put this camera on a mineral lick in the woods just off of a 3 acre food plot. The two small bucks thought they would square off with each other for the camera. Great pic!
Camera used was a cuddelink powerhouse IR We purchased 14 of the cuddelink cameras with cell service, we lease land in western Wisconsin 4 hrs from home. We have several pictures of this buck but none as cool as this one, on a snowy Sunday morning around 9:40am we got 6 different poses, by 10:15am I had the images on my phone ,unbelievable!! Thanks,Mike
This is my target buck to chase for 2018! Hes been taring my mock scrape up!
Two bucks got together in a clearing, on the edge of a hedge bedding area. The deer stage here, before heading to feed and water. It’s roughly 75 yds from the edge of the timber. In this case, The were on the downwind side of the bedding area, and met up in the clearing. They sparred in front of the camera for 10 minutes. This is just one of my ever-expanding Cuddelink system. It’s a major time saver, and lets me know the most recent movement, with intruding into these sensitive areas. I won’t be without it!
Oh no you didn't!!! Just set the camera out and this is one of the pictures
1) This black bear is a regular visitor to a spring-fed pond on my property. On this warm day he decided to go for a swim to cool off, and when he spotted the camera he went in for a close-up. Duckweed anyone? 2) I was surprised to see cattails growing in the pond this year and so was this black bear. He was enjoying an afternoon snack when the camera took this shot. Mine, all mine! 3) I had photos of this cougar in the same area for several weeks and suspected that she may have a cub nearby. Sure enough, she showed up with 3 cubs. Triplets!