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jesse church

reidsville , NC
01/08/2020

we put our camera and he popped up in midday

Glenn Steiner

Beulaville , NC
01/07/2020

The three amigos survived this deer season. And wore out these sweet potatoes. My buddy had one chance at the bigger 8. Poor guy was so sick. It’s in a bow only area. Well we got next year to look forward to. And the cell cuddle link was a real game changer for us on this property.

Doug Wonders

Motley, MN
01/07/2020

These guys made it thru hunting season.

Doug Wonders

Motley , MN
01/07/2020

With my Cuddeback I knew this big guy was around before hunting season & now I know he made it thru all of the hunting seasons. I hope he survives this winter as it is starting out to be a hard winter for all of the wildlife.

Seth Raven

waldo, ME
01/07/2020

I save apples in my root cellar in the fall months, Then when its legal to feed the deer, I push the apples on the apple tree limbs, The Deer get a treat, And I get some awesome pictures..!.. Seth Raven Waldo Maine..!.. My Page is Maine Food plots & Trail Cam Pictures..!.. Deer's Name Is ''Pecker Head''

Chris Murphy

Regina , SK
01/07/2020

My cuddle back trail camera was stolen while it was deployed at my bear hunting site, I had to use a back up trail camera and thought I would submit these photos as they are neat ! This bear loves the bait barrel and would hug it, roll it, tip it and get on top of it doing a balancing act, hang off trees . Gave me quite the show

Jon Taplin

Falmouth, ME
01/07/2020

The doe in the first photo triggered the camera and if you look close to the top of the pic I am in my treestand looking at a 7 pointer making his way in. Picture 2 is when I fired and downed the buck as the doe whirled around and ran away. Look close I am still aiming at the buck. Great I was able to film myself with the help of the doe.

Robert Richer

Hales Corners, WI
01/07/2020

Just don’t look at closest pic on cuddeback, look beyond!

Ty Green

Holden, MO
01/07/2020

This Camden County, MO buck has kept me in the tree stand all season. I can't wait until next year to see if he gets bigger

Kirk Kuske

Midland, MI
01/07/2020

My first pic from a pinch point entry to a valley field. I was looking at the buck up close and didn't notice the other buck right away due to the spider.