Uncompromised craftsmanship and innovative technology help produce the world’s best scouting camera pictures - and set Cuddeback apart from the rest. With ¼ Second Trigger Speed, Center Subject Technology and Zone Control, Cuddeback cameras are just built better. Browse galleries of pictures to see the difference for yourself - we think you’ll agree that the proof is in the picture.
My son and I went on an Alaskan Moose hunt just this month (September) ... we researched the area, rules, regulations and did not use a guide, we hunted the Brooks Range area by ourselves. We put a camera out in the area after we had our first Moose kill to see what would come in for the carcass. When we went back the next day to check the camera we found the camera was laying on the ground (likely torn off the tree by a bear), we got these 2 wolf pictures. Amazing photos of an incredible animal on a "once in a lifetime father-son hunt"! Thank you!
This was the most awesome deer i ever had on my cuddeback. My lucky neighbor got him. He scored 218".
My kids thought this photo would make other people smile! I’ve been more than excited to try out CuddeLink and use the ability to have multiple camera sending photos instead of having to check cameras in the woods and leave scents. I really hope I can afford to purchase more camera in the future because it helps the kids want to understand nature and be more involved in outdoor activities.
I put my camera on the edge of a small pond. Getting just about every critter on camera coming for a drink. Caught this bluejay in flight. Thought it was neat so I thought I would share.
After 5" of rain, I figured I better retrieve one of my cameras in a low lying area near a river. As you can see, I wasn't a moment too soon! The camera was partly submerged in flood water. After I got home and viewed the SD card, I realized the camera was STILL WORKING!! It took these pictures of me in my hip waders approaching it. This is an amazing camera, no water inside at all!! Cuddeback is the best!!
The turkey was eating some corn that I had threw out. The next picture I after this one there was a coyote. I figure the coyote was trying to get a evening snack.
My lucky day when I got permission to hunt this property this fellow ( and his brother ) call home