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Nathan Mccarville

Murphysboro, IL
11/08/2019

Some young bucks cruising through my property and refreshing my scrapes. Nothing big I just think they made some nice pictures.

Nathan Mccarville

Murphysboro, IL
11/08/2019

Have been getting this spike pretty regularly. This is about as close as it gets.

Wayne BURGETT

Oklahoma City, OK
11/08/2019

I've been watching both of these big guys all year. I was cool to catch them going at it right in front of my Cuddeback.

Doug Wonders

Motley , MN
11/07/2019

Young & older deer all explore the scrapes.

Doug Wonders

Motley , MN
11/07/2019

I got a lot of photos on this creek crossing.

Doug Wonders

Motley , MN
11/07/2019

A buck on his scrape.

Doug Wonders

Motley , MN
11/07/2019

My new favorite photo. Its got great color but it’s the doe coming coming to the scrape while the buck is on it is what makes it special.

Gary laurent

Butler, IL
11/07/2019

Been seeing him and have pictures of him but not as good as this one .The year is wrong but the day is right it is an old cuddeback I have had for years but I can't get it to do the proper year..

Kiley Harpster

Atlanta, MO
11/07/2019

"OCHO" The 3 year quest for this old legend, has come to an end, at 1:40 in the afternoon on November 4th. To say I'm happy, would be an understatement. Just having the opportunity to even chase a deer of this caliber, is a gift from God himself. From the lowest of lows, coming off of a terrible situation from a 7.5 year old deer I shot and didn't recover last December, straight to the highest of highs! What an incredible animal, the adrenaline was pumping hard, as I let the arrow fly at 50 yards... all of that long range practice sure paid off. These Cuddelinks sure are a game changer, and played a huge role in tracking this 6.5 year old monarch down!

Richard Rathman

nisswa, MN
11/07/2019

This doe and fawn were in a hurry running down the new trail near Blackduck. The new Cuddeback link camera caught this picture and transmitted to the “home” camera.