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At least it’s not eating a Deer! Second picture, eating a Deer!
A buck I have called the ghost buck for the past 3 years now. He only shows during the rut and I have never seen him in the daylight. He's a nice big 8 point and he is very smart. He has a lot of offspring running around and I can tell he is a very dominant buck. I hope to see him this coming deer season.
This is my hit list buck for this year. This picture is the 3rd time I've seen him. Once he came in too late to shoot (couldn't see my pin) the other he was running with a smaller buddy.
I had been hunting this rascal all season, had a wildgame innovations camera on that stand and only got one blurry photo of Him and no more after that. I bought two cuddebacks this year so i went and swapped them out. It wasn't but just a few days and here he is posing for the camera. I think he likes the cuddeback!!
This camera is at the site where we feed the deer and other animals corn. We had extremely cold weather.
My camera had been sitting out in below zero temps & these were the last 2 photos taken the day before it got down to minus 40 degrees & took its toll on the batteries. I’m really surprised the camera even worked at minus 15 degrees.
The old saying that things are bigger in Texas haven’t seen this photo. Minnesota rules!! I was going thru my old Cuddeback photos & thought I would share my most unusual photo to the new followers out there. Hope you enjoy it.
Set the camera to see what critters were by the chicken coop. Guess he couldn't get to the chickens.