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Set up the cuddy on a trail in the back part of my property that backs up to a swamp. The cam was out for two weeks and this was the only pic I got of a buck.
I can't tell you how much I love your camera. I have never seen another take such great pics. I didn't realize you had the photo contest until just recently. These are a few pics from last year. I hunt in the suburbs of Washington DC amongst some multi-million dollar homes. Here are a few pics taken under an apple tree not 50 feet from one of the houses.
While there is nothing spectacular about the size of the two bucks in this picture, it is probably the nicest framed shot I have ever seen from a digital trail camera. The lighting and the background just make the shot great. It almost looks like a postcard or a posed shot. I had the camera set up about 20 feet from a good trail in the woods about 100 yds from a great bedding area on a farm I bowhunt down in Orange County VA. We never saw either buck during the hunting season.
I sent the pictures of this buck in velvet earlier. Now the velvet is just about gone. Hopefully the next picture will be him harvested. thanks again.
I just got my cuddeback and this is one of my first pictures. I thought the picture was sort of significant since it is a really nice buck even though it has no brow tines. I have been hunting only a few years and have never seen that combination. Great camera, I really enjoy it.
All I had been seeing were little bucks and does, so I bought a Cuddeback Digital and this is what I have been getting. Would never have known these bucks were around if not for a great camera ilke the Cuddeback Digital.
This buck is genetically similar to a buck i harvested last year 20 yds from where this picture was taken. The buck has long beams and G3's longer than the G2's. Last years buck also sported a 3" droptine on his right side. Now with my cuddeback I can watch this guy grow up and hopefully and his own drop. This is my favorite picture with the Trees skylined against the clear night.
I saw this buck out in a cornfield in 2003 and he only had the droptine on his left side. We never saw him in 2004. Knowing no one had harvested him and that My friend and I had collected sheds from what we believe is this deer from 2003 and 2004, I bought a Cuddeback to help me keep tabs on him. On September 22nd, he showed up in a big way. He has added some mass and a drop on the right side. It is good to know he is still around. The second picture is of a nontypical that was aged at 2 1/2 in 2004. The only time I saw him was in mid November tending a doe in the middle of a strip of prairie grass. I like this photo because it is as if this buck is teasing me by only showing one side and telling me what he thinks about it by sticking his rear end in front of the camera. Hoping for some better shots of him this fall.
CuddeBack Camera has paid for itself in one sitting! Bought it 9/21/05, delivered on 9/22/05, put out on 9/23/05 and now I don't have to wonder exactly what's out on the back 40 any longer,,,I now know! Thanks for a great camera, can't wait to try the advanced mode,,,these were taken with the EZ-mode!