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Randy Moran

Koshkonong, MO
07/28/2005

This sure is a weird picture, I don't know what they are doing, its to early to see any breeding, I guess it maybe getting there pecking order established or something. Thanks for a great product. You should put a warning label on your cameras, they are habit forming LOL. Randy Moran

Brandon Reeder

Loysville, PA
07/28/2005

Smokey Andler

Montello, WI
07/28/2005

I checked this camera within 2 hours of when the picture was taken!! You can see the house in the treeline!!

Lee Papendorf

Pleasant Prairie, WI
07/27/2005

These two boars strolled in to check out some food. Once they seen what was for dinner they didn't want to share.

Rob Totenhagen

Shakopee, MN
07/27/2005

DAVID C MAY

UNION SPRINGS, AL
07/27/2005

Having just purchased a piece of property, I set up my CuddeBack to see if any deer were on the property. I belive I will be pleased with this property purchase

Ted k graser, CPA

Burlington, WI
07/27/2005

I have watched this buck mature and elude hunting pressure through the past 3 years. This picture was taken in July 2003. He is still alive in 2005 as a heavy 10 point. I do not have pictures of him in 2005, but have viewed him closely in early mornings. He mysteriously disappears during the deer gun seasons in Wisconsin

Eric Busch

Sandy, OR
07/26/2005

This bear had been tearing apart our apple and plum trees for quite a while. We had a cuddeback camera shipped overnight so we could capture it in the act. The first night we had three pictures of this bear, plus a few more of the deer in our area. This is the best picture of the bear.

Mike Erickson

Eau Claire, WI
07/26/2005

I've got two Cuddebacks now and love them. During the 2004 Archery Season I captured picture number 1 with a bear laying down stretching in some corn. During July of the 2005 scouting season, I captured Pictures two and three. These are some of the most unique pictures I have of Bear. A beautiful black bear standing up with a white triangle on his chest. The last one shows a different bear scratching himself on a tree. I've also used my Cuddeback in time lapse mode to show all the stages of building a food plot....from woods, to dirt, to a plush green field..... Mike Erickson

Marc Perkins

Cartersville, GA
07/26/2005

I now have 3 cuddebacks including the new 3 mp that took this photo. I put it up about 100 yards from my treestand on a trail leading from a field I have planted with Power Plant. It's almost as good as hunting just going to get the camera.