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This was the first year that we used the Cuddeback system. Previously we had to rely on just the old tradition trail cameras. We would give them a few days and then go check out the cameras SD cards. This meant that we would also have to go into the area where the deer were at, something we really didn't what to do but had no choice. Now all I do is look at my phone for any new pictures, awesome I love it. Buck down!!!!!
This shows the how easy it is for this coyotes to clear the fence. Once in a lifetime picture thanks to Cuddebacks white flash camera.
Porkers boar hogging each other! Waddling their way into view of the tree stand.
Nice to know Cuddylink is still on the job now that deer season has come and gone!!
I shot this buck two years ago but hit him low and somehow missed his heart. I never saw him last year and figured he had been killed by another hunter. He showed up on camera one time this year just to taunt me!
This was taken at night at a popular deer hangout very near our cabin in So. NH. This camera is placed year around at a crossroads of deer trails in the middle of White Oak stands. Although I have other with better exposure, I thought the juxtaposition of the two does was interesting.
These Minnesota bobcats were walking along the edge of the river. I was happy with the photos that I got.
The first photo is of a buck we named Buddy. He was the lone survivor of his age bachelor group and he was never seen on the hoof alone. In the background you can see his new group of younger bucks he now roams with. Second photo is of a 8 pointer with a kicker off his left side. Our cuddebacks were able to pattern his movements and he was taken during the second Illinois firearm season. The third photo was taken from a camera that was knocked off the stand and was pointing to the sky. Amazing trigger speed was able to catch every detail of the bird in the sky.