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