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Wishing I would have had off of work this morning. This buck posed at the right time of the day and season for some great pics!
Never have I ever heard of a bear in this woods. I have had multiple cameras in this woods and never had a bear on them. I was quite surprised when I woke up to the email featuring this guy!
This guy was brand new to our area this year. We hadn't seen him in previous years. When I had first seen him I didn't quite know what to think. Originally I had him on my Wild game camera and immediately knew I had to get my cuddelinks in the area to monitor this guy. I had him on camera about every three days and was never able to catch him out of his bed until after dark. Finally it all came together on October 30th when I caught him in the daylight checking some scrapes on a homemade licking stick! A rough green score of about 205-210".
One of the coolest trail camera pictures that I’ve gotten! I love my cuddeback cameras!
Sally comes by everyday and flaunts herself. She doesn't get much attention so she trys really hard to be noticed. After today's modeling, I am now determined to make a sideshow for her.
Over the past couple months we’ve had a curious bear terrorizing this particular camera. It had knocked it down and broken the cuddelink antenna off of it. One night it had the camera off the genius mount down playing with it! As we found out this particular night it is not only one, but two bears. We got a sequence of photos of them going at it in front of the camera and rolling around on the ground, this is the best action shot.