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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
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.
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
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.
A young buck looking for deer. This is my little cousin checking out the back field for deer. Doing a little multi-tasking.
this deer was 8 pts last season and 12 this year. Antlers growing bigger by the hour
This bear had been tearing apart our apple and plum trees for weeks. We bought a cuddeback camera to try and get a picture of it. The first night we got this picture of our bear and were very happy to finally see it!
I WENT TO OUR CABIN IN PA OVER THE WEEKEND I SET UP THE CAMERA TO GET A PICTURE OF A SOW AND 3 CUBS THAT HAVE BEEN COMING DOWN TO CABIN WHAT I GOT WAS A PA BOBCAT