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James Burg

Eitzen, MN
08/31/2005

I thought i had seen this buck in the creek bed through binoculars. I thought i saw splits in the ends of the tynes. I wanted to get a closer look so put my cuddeback and it only took 3 days and look what i got. The pictures are taken in a creek bottom.

James Burg

Eitzen, MN
08/30/2005

I had seen this buck through binoculars far away and thought i had seen split tines. I wanted to get a closer look so put my cuddeback 3.0 m.p. digital scouting camera up to get a closer look. It only took three days and look what i got.

Matt and Jarret

Prairie du Sac, WI
08/30/2005

taken in marsh

Shannon Giacomo

Tulsa, OK
08/30/2005

My new Cuddeback 3.0 megapixel camera's first week in the woods caught these deer. The first picture is the very first picture ever taken by this unit (other than me playing around with it before taking it out to our land)! The second picture shows five or six deer in one photo if you look close. Thanks!

Eddie H. Tompkins III

Monroe, GA
08/30/2005

Here I have found a nice young six pointer that will be a very nice deer in a couple of years. Also I have some great shots of mom and babies.

keith burnes

shelby, IN
08/30/2005

in velvet

Dan Dvorak

Edgar, WI
08/30/2005

Just some bucks on a food plot.

jeffschreiner

marshfield, WI
08/30/2005

camera was set up on my corn pile and got this picture

Andrew Scott

Blanchard, ID
08/30/2005

This was taken at a spot where I have used my Cuddeback digital cmaera to photograph over 300 deer photos this summer. It is also within a 1/4 mile of my treestand. Needless to say things will be a liitle more interesting on those dark mornings when getting to my stand. The second deer photo was likley caused by deer smelling cougar!!

Bill deTournillon

Lubbock, TX
08/30/2005

From my first week with the Cuddeback. I have used three other film cameras and was BLOWN AWAY by the Cuddeback. 51 images in 5 days and 36 are deer! I can't wait until it gets cooler during the daytime.