"BEST camera I ever had. Most accurate target and clear picture..." Scott Abernathy, WA

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John Frazer

Springfield, WV
08/23/2005

I just received the Cuddeback 3.0 digital scouting camera for my birthday and wanted to see what lurk in the woods after dark. Turns out, the first picture ever taken with the Cuddeback was a 6-point buck. Now, I believe in the value of trigger speed and 24 hour scouting.

Jim Hill

Mt. Auburn,, IA
08/23/2005

First camera and I tell the same story as everyone else/ had no idea that there were that many good deer in my area.

Michael Rogers

Larsen, WI
08/23/2005

Had some Sand Hill cranes come in my bait pile with their baby chicks. Pretty neat to be able to capture these photos

Michael J Rogers

Larsen, WI
08/23/2005

On my land where I have my Cuddeback camera got some nice bucks.

Terry W Hepler

Templeton, PA
08/23/2005

I had been trying to get an invetory of the bucks left in the area, and was suprised to see this coyote.

LISA BRYCE

CHICO, TX
08/23/2005

Our property has been invaded by feral hogs this summer. I had no idea how many we had, until I viewed the pictures from our new camera. Have you ever seen a "pointer" feral hog?

Elwin L Stillman

Lowville, NY
08/23/2005

This picture was taken on a bear trail on a mountain located in the Adirondack Mountains. No bait or scents were used. Note the porcupine quills in the bears mouth.

Dan Catlin

Mt. Pleasant, MI
08/23/2005

This is a new picture of a velvet deer in my BioLogic field with the sun setting in the back ground.

Rich Wickstrom www.whitetailgear.com

L'Anse, MI
08/22/2005

I used trophy rock and my cuddeback to locate a trio of shooters. Anxiously awaiting October 1 in Upper Michigan.

Rollis E Deen

Glen Saint Mary, FL
08/22/2005

A buck doing what he does best