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Every year we put the camera out by a lone apple tree, and get some good pics. Got 39 pictures in one night.
This is a picture of a buck we call the Hook Horned Buck. I recently sent in a picture of him and this is a new one of him. Without the Cuddeback I never would of known deer of this caliber on my property. We have many photos of this buck and other giants. Thanks Cuddeback
This deer was walking down the deer trail two weeks before the opening of the Wisconsin acrchery season. They are just starting to shed their velvet but you can tell that from this very close and detailed picture. One picture was taken in early moring on 9/04/05 and the other later that same very night.
Pic1- The flash scared the crap right out of this little guy. Pic2-A nice wide 8 pointer coming to the apples. Pic3-This nice tall 8 pointer has been visiting this apple tree a lot.
When I saw this picture I couldn't believe the clarity and color. It was taken on a deer trail crossing by a fence. The sun is setting casting a red glow on the fence post and wire. The next picture is of a doe enjoying an apple. The camera was hung on an apple tree. This was just one of a hundred pictures I recieved on this tree. The final picture is an early summer picture of a buck coming out of the woods to browes on the crops. Our farm can be seen in the distant background.
Pic #1- This buck is just starting to rub off his velvet and is still very bloddy. Pic #2- I just bought my camera in August and this is the biggest buck so far. Hopefully he sticks around. Pic#3- Nice buck all polished up coming to check out the camera.
We saw this monster last year but never got a shot at him, but it turns out that was a good thing because he grew alot of mass this year. This other big buck we have on video with the monster buck, and now we got him on cuddeback too.
The first time I checked my camera I got the picture. It is very unusual in our hunting area for deer to have such long brow tines.