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Tug Rilling
Edmonton, KY
11/29/2021
It's the post rut and this guy apparently hasn't breed yet but his friend gets a little upset with him
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David Cochran
Dade City, FL
11/29/2021
I have several pictures of this 3 1/2 year old Albion on other trail cameras but captured this one two days after setting up my Cuddeback cameras.
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Jason Milanowski
Tigerton, WI
11/28/2021
Who says turkeys and deer don’t get along. Wait your turn and get in line. Lol
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Ted Galatis
Lauderdale by the Sea, FL
11/28/2021
Brooksville, FL
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Harold Melvin
Fayetteville, NC
11/27/2021
Picture taken over whitetail imperial buck oaks.
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Eric Gonzalez
Glen Burnie, MD
11/27/2021
I typically get a lot of mountain lions from this particular camera. But much to my surprise a different type of predator is picked up on camera.
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Mike Sellars
Haughton, LA
11/27/2021
Been on the hit list for 3 years now.
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Noah Smith
Bridgeton, MO
11/27/2021
We have a ravine on our property and we captured a majestic photo of it jumping over the ravine.
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jeb schumacher
OWEGO, NY
11/26/2021
I purchased the cuddelink to monitor our farm, was the best decision ever. We have them at all three properties that we hunt at now and we modify our game plan to where the deer are based on pics from the different farms. Caught this guy doing the deed at one of our blinds that we call the dog house.
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Dana Evett
Soddy Daisy, TN
11/26/2021
During Muzzleloader Season I took a small 6 Point that I actually thought was a doe when I pulled the trigger. I had not seen this buck on any of my cameras previously. On opening day of gun season, I took a decent 7 point that I had seen on several different camera locations. He was the largest buck that I got pictures of all season so I went ahead and took him. In Tennessee, there is a 2 buck season limit, so needless to say, I was now limited out on bucks for the rest of the season. I took the 7 point at 8:50 am. When I got back home that day I noticed I had a new picture come in to my phone. Oh man, a really nice 8 point, way bigger than anything I had seen all season, was right by the stand that I took the 7 point from earlier. The heart breaker is the 8 point came through at 10:00 am. If I hadn’t taken that 7 point, I would have had a chance at the big 8 point which would have been my personal best in 30 years of hunting. Since I’m limited out, my buck season is now over, but I’ll be looking for this big boy next year for sure.
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