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Tim Murphy

O'Fallon, MO
09/26/2005

A family of racoons took over my feeder for several weeks this summer. It appears that they outnumbered the local deer population and finished off most of the feed.

Tim Murphy

O'Fallon, MO
09/26/2005

Cuddeback is an awesome scouting tool. Took these pictures 50 yards in front of our house. I think this big ole tom just liked getting his picture taken. Thanks Cuddeback!

Jeff State

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09/26/2005

Not sure if I'm doing this right, if you send me an e-mail I will forward you my picture if this doesn't work

Ed Gannon

MOntgomery, AL
09/26/2005

Camera on a feeder on my farm in Alabama.

Chris Clausen

Ripon, WI
09/26/2005

I would have never known that these three big guys were even crossing my land if it wern't for my cuddeback!!

Mike Harris

Baytown, TX
09/26/2005

From moving our cuddeback around our 100 acres we are pretty sure that we have 4 sets of twins this year. This is one of them.

Scott Randolph

Prattville, AL
09/26/2005

This cuddeback is set up on a plowed firebreak along the edge of a dense creek swamp. All kinds of animals use the firebreak as a travel path, which makes for some predictable closeups.

Eddie Tompkins

Monroe, GA
09/26/2005

Possibly the first fight of the year. Just out of velvet these two bucks spar a little to establish the pecking order.

don steitle

san antonio, TX
09/26/2005

Just set up my new camera at a feeder. Went and checked it after 1 week. Very nice surprise. This is all low fenced ranch west of Uvalde, texas.

Steven Osero

Turtle Lake, WI
09/26/2005

I saw this fisher in the woods last season while bow hunting. I was really excited to get it on camera this year so I could prove to my friends what I had seen.