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I have 8 Cuddeback Cuddelink Cameras and one Cuddeback Dual Cell Camera setup on my property in Georgia. I am Loving being able.to.see the Deer on my Property when I am at Home 5 hours away. I have been receiving pictures 2, 3, 4 times a day since putting them up!
Set up a camera near my son-in-laws stand in central Illinois and captured this nice buck. I may take over his stand this year.
Well, I set my cameras up to watch my driveway for a specific human trespasser. The attached photo I got from two different angles with two Attack IR cameras.
These bucks are coming in to a salt lick they both have odd racks and I've never seen them before
I just started my summer scouting by setting up a few cameras on the Farm. This year the farmer planted soybeans but not one ear of corn. To my surprise this tank of a boar came walking through my one set up. I hope this guy stops by during the Bow Season Bear Hunt in NJ.
This buck showed up on our Ohio farm as a typical 8pt.This year he gained a lot of mass and has a split G2. I think he likes checking out the cuddebacks too.
great action shot of a decent buck we have called "inside out" for this year and last year. He was and 8 last year with the same feature of having one of his tines on the inside of his right antler and one more to the outside. This year he has an extra brow as a 10 pt.
Pre season set up for the NJ Fall Bow Season. In a swampy area near a field.
Big 9 I have been watching all summer. Looks really good from the side.