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

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Derrick DeWilde

Waterloo, IL
09/01/2005

Set up my new camera on a gas line that leads to an alfalfa field. This boy was caught a few times on camera. I have watched the fields in the evenings and he is now a beautiful 10 point that should score well into the high 150s. The clearness of this picture is just amazing! This was only the end of May and look at the growth rate!

adam speight

hickory, NC
09/01/2005

I have taken over 1000 pictures with my cuddeback and have taken some of foxes but never one with a meal in his mouth!

Brad Harriman

Marshall, MO
08/31/2005

A one eyed doe close up, and a "ghost buck"

Brad Harriman

Marshall, MO
08/31/2005

Here's the latest off my cuddeback.

Frank Kopling

Merton, WI
08/31/2005

This bear smiled just for the cuddeback camera after he ate his food.

Russ Simons

Oshkosh, WI
08/31/2005

It's only been two weeks since I purchased my Cuddeback Digital, and the pictures just keep getting more interesting. It's not rare, but it is unusual to see a mother bear with four cubs. I never thought that that much bear could fit inside my bait stump.

brett koep

brandon, MN
08/31/2005

Cheese!!

James Burg

Eitzen, MN
08/31/2005

I thought i had seen this buck in the creek bed through binoculars. I thought i saw splits in the ends of the tynes. I wanted to get a closer look so put my cuddeback and it only took 3 days and look what i got. The pictures are taken in a creek bottom.

James Burg

Eitzen, MN
08/30/2005

I had seen this buck through binoculars far away and thought i had seen split tines. I wanted to get a closer look so put my cuddeback 3.0 m.p. digital scouting camera up to get a closer look. It only took three days and look what i got.

Matt and Jarret

Prairie du Sac, WI
08/30/2005

taken in marsh