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Randy Moran

Koshkonong, MO
09/03/2005

This Buck knows that hunting season is near, he is trying out some new camo LOL. I check my camera about every 2 days and can't hardly wait to see what I have captured on my Cuddeback. The Cuddeback is the best thing that has happened to deer hunting since the invention of the rifle and the compound bow.

Lana Wiersma

Columbus, WI
09/03/2005

I JUST PUT MY CUDDEBACK OUT ,WHEN I GOT A PICTURE OF THIS BIG BUCK STILL IN VELVET...THANKS CUDDEBACK! LANA

Randy Moran

Koshkonong, MO
09/03/2005

I got these pictures in a soon to be food plot, I have it plowed and ready to go but I don't have it planted yet, for some reason deer seem to love freshly plowed ground, the tracks are thick in the dirt. All a fellow needs to get some great great pictures is a small food plot and a Cuddeback, I enjoy mine has much as I do any rifle I own. My deer rifle and my Cuddeback, If I had to give up one or the other it would be a hard decision. Thanks guys for making such a great camera at such an afforbale price, In my opinion the Cuddeback is the best value on game cameras available anywhere. P.S. You could be getting alot more out of your product and it would still be very much worth it. Thanks again, Randy Moran

Judy Luce

Tolland, CT
09/03/2005

Nice picture of two bucks, still in velvet. These two have been around for a while. My daughter hunted the bigger one last year but as you can see didn't win the battle.

Judy Luce

Tolland, CT
09/03/2005

Just a nice picture in velvet. We notice the does are starting to herd up now. I have seen a few buck with clean antlers.

rob holmes

port republic, VA
09/02/2005

These pics are awesome. It is great to see what is eating your corn. We need more cameras.

George Campbell

Monroe, LA
09/02/2005

My father and I finally bought a small piece of property in Northeast Louisiana and I decided to put a Cuddeback out to see if we had any wildlife and this is what I found.

Roger Seabrook

Hartwell, GA
09/02/2005

The new born little fellow and his mother pictured were first sighted on a foodplot in this picture. Since then we have watched him grow all summer. The future of the sport, not a huge rack today but always nice to see and watch them grow.

Mike Maedke

Casco, WI
09/01/2005

These pics. were taken on the edge of my food plot. I have my cuddeback on an apple tree. The cuddeback is one of the best investments i've made. Love it!!

BILL HOLST

SCOTT CITY, MO
09/01/2005