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Trail Cameras: What You've Been Missing

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Trail Cameras: What You've Been Missing

Post by Waiting4Fall on Sun Jul 29, 2012 6:00 pm

This is interesting information, worth the watch.


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Post by SCBROWTINE on Thu Aug 02, 2012 10:24 pm

After watching that I'm going to mount mine up the highest I can reach.. Great info.. Thanks
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Post by bowonly on Fri Aug 03, 2012 1:20 am

Whenever I do eventually purchase a game camera, I will definitely be placing it at arms length above my head instead of at deer eye level. Great info Dave!
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Post by Cbigbear on Fri Aug 03, 2012 10:21 am

Nice video. I have been hanging my camera high for the past couple years for security purposes, but have noticed the same thing as addressed in the video. I get far less deer pics of them looking at the camera.

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Post by Swampbuck on Sat Aug 04, 2012 10:32 am

great info, i always suspected this! Will have to hang them high from now on

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Post by nathanalley123 on Sat Aug 04, 2012 9:46 pm

im moving my trail camera next week great info
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Post by crooketarrow on Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:05 pm

What he's saying is SO SO TRUE.
I started running camers from the first ones that came out the trail timers with the string as a trigger. Then in the mid 80's BUCH SHOT CAMERS CAME OUT. The very first camera's.
With had a inferred triggers we have today. It was'nt untill the mid to late 90's when camers came out with vidio's. We came up with the same thoughts about bucks and camera's. He petty much told how it is.
One other thing it proves is EVEN after 2 weeks that scent spays not working. We saw the same reactions of 100's of bucks.

Another thing I started doing 12,13 years ago.
I only do no pressure hunting my areas. I only run cameras in the winter off food only to see what made it. AFTER THE WINTER I
NEVER ENTER MY HUNTING AREAS. Untill the seasons in when the time and winds right I go back.
The vidio just proved no mater how well you try not leaveing any scent. You do and can't help to. Bucks find you out,the more of any pressure you put on a buck the less he'll move in the day light if the rut's not involed, The older the buck the more this true.
AND I'M NOT WORRYED ABOUT SHOWING HIM OFF TO ANYBODY. It pays to stay out of your areas at all cost. Run camers and do all your scouting and setting up stand sites in the winter.

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