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Rene Maldonado

, TX
08/17/2005

I just started a protein feeding program and wanted to see what the progress was, I was told it would take weeks to get deer to come to my feeder. They were wrong it was days and I have the proof....

John Matejov

Story, WY
08/17/2005

We were trying to get that ever popular guessing game under control... So I invented the "Bear-O-Meter!" I think this is the same bear i submitted for next year's contest photo. THIS picture however is far better for obvious reason's. Taken just this morning!

gene copeland

Madison, IN
08/17/2005

This doe got up close trying to see what was in that little hole.

Zach Hoffman

, IN
08/17/2005

caught this nine pointer coming alone a heavily traveled trail.

erich reineke

thorp, WI
08/16/2005

various pictures taken this year

erich reineke

thorp, WI
08/16/2005

I NEW IT WAS ONLY A MATTER OF TIME BEFORE I GOT A PICTURE OF ONE OF THESE GUYS IT LOOKS LIKE HE IS LOOKING RIGHT THROUGH YOU DOSENT IT

Randy Moran

Koshkonong, MO
08/16/2005

I got these with a Cuddeback camera. I have learned alot from my game camera and they can be very habit forming LOL. Randy Moran

Brad Harriman

Marshall, MO
08/16/2005

More Mo. deer

Sean Weiss

AltaomnteSprings, FL
08/16/2005

Heres a picture of my best Deer, Thanks I dont know what i did without my cuddeback. I was about to give up on this spot but thanks to my cuddeback I have new hope for my area

Eric Scott

, NY
08/16/2005

On June 05 my Cuddeback took this picture and I have know Idea what it is. There are lots coyotes on my property but it does not look like it is one. A few years ago I spotted a couple of Cougars behind my house and they were also spotted a few miles from where I saw them. Could the picture be a cougar or some kind of big cat. If anyone knows what the picture could be please email me at escott5447@aol.com I would like to hear from anyone with there input on this mysterious picture. Thanks Eric Scott