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Matt Gerhold


This buck showed up right before the start of the MO rifle deer season. We did not check the camera till a week after. Meantime, the neighbor shot it. May be time to upgrade to the Cuddelink.

Dan’l Boley

Franklin , PA

Taken with one of my new cuddelink cameras. This buck just showed up out of the blue. The buck only shows up on this camera. The cuddelink saves me from having to walk far into the woods. I hope this makes it until next year because I have already taking another 10 point.

Wayne Tlustos

Corsicana, TX

I have a pair of foxes that check out my compost pile about every night. I live on the edge of town, but I get quite of bit of traffic. I thought this was a pretty neat photo of my flying fox. They very seldom get in one picture together, but here is a couple.

Stephen Browning

Hot Springs , AR

I was thinking of placing a stand in this very remote are of the Ouachita National Forrest. Instead of making the long trek in with a stand, I decided to place my Ambush trail cam up on some buck sign. I’d say it’s worth placing a stand up!

John Gervais

Polk, MO

Cuddelink camera at a fence crossing in Kansas

Andrew Brandt

Freehold, NY

With all the cameras on property my cuddyback gets the most phenomenal photos for a trail camera every time I check the card the pics are amazing .This hawk coming in the the kill is just a testament to the speed and accuracy of these cuddybacks thanks for the many albums created

Greg Olson

Farmington , MN

Captured two turkeys


Penfield, IL

1st bobcat I have ever seen in Illinois.

Shannon Finnegan

Crestline, OH

We found this scrape show up in early October and thought we would put a camera over it and see what showed up. This big guy showed up to freshen it a couple days later. Note the dirt flying up in the background

David Kuhn

Ajo, AZ

This photo was taken on the Cabeza Prieta NWR in Southern AZ where a Redtailed hawk is making his approach on a wildlife drinker.