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Old 10-14-2007, 01:07 PM
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Just got back from the lease and have some new pictures along with a video. In some of the pictures there are 3 - 4 does. When the rut starts, the bucks will be chasing those does.

So when November gets here, there is a good chance a buck will be following the does - right into my rifle sights.

Right now I have the camera set to video mode. This means during the day, the camera takes a small picture and a video. At night, the camera takes a bigger picture and no video.

Several 10 second clips combined into a longer video.

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Old 10-24-2007, 09:00 PM
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Just got the memory card from the trail camera. The camera took about 5+ minutes of video and several pictures.

Looks like 4 - 5 does is going to the feeder. On of the deer is a spike, so the count might be 4 does and one spike.

The first picture, if you look real close you can see the spikes. I am going to have to be careful this year so I do not shoot him, well, not for 2 more years anyway.

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Default trail camera pictures

The trail camera was moved to its new location. There are all kinds of tracks and a lot of oaks in this location.

On the way to the new location I saw this track on the trail. The picture does not give the track credit, its about 3 inches long.
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All along the trail there were acorns from the red oaks, and deer tracks everywhere.

The pictures from this location might be posted next weekend.
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Old 10-24-2007, 09:39 PM
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Default Trail camera deer pictures

First - theses are NOT my pictures. A guy off the same lease my family is on sent them to my dad.

This feeder is about 100 - 150 yards straight through the woods from my climbing stand.

About 300 yards straight through the woods from where these pictures were taken, another guy on our lease saw 2 - eight points and 9 point 3 weeks ago.

Look at picture #4 real good.

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Default trail camera pictures

Went with my mom and dad to the lease today and swapped out the memory cards.


This is a shot by my digital camera just to show where the camera was positioned. The trail camera is visible strapped to a tree in the for ground.
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The trail camera was moved from the stand it was on.

Here are the newest pictures. In one of the pictures is what we call a long horn spike. This is an older deer as his body is thicker then the other deer. As a deer ages, his belly starts to sag a little, giving his appearance a thicker look. This deer should have been killed off a long time ago so that he could not breed.

Scroll between the pictures 7 and 8. The deer in picture 7 has a taller, thicker body, the deer in picture 8 has a slimmer body. The deer in picture 8 is a younger deer then the one in picture 7.
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Old 11-14-2007, 08:39 AM
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Kinda looks like a Kudu
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I dont have one yet and am glad

the reason is I was looking at a 35mm camera and my brother got one. first 3 rolls of film were either of the same branch blowing in the wind or cattle.
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go digital!!!!!!!!!
they are pretty reasonable now and much cheaper to figer out u made a mistake.

and you wont have to drive into town and spend 8 bucks a pop and wait to get the film develouped.
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Curious kev, have you ever had to deal with thieves and trail cameras? I dont think i could ever get away with using those things in NY, even upstate, I seriously think they would get stolen or broken on the spot.
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Mmmmmm, I think I see bacon n ribs.
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Curious kev, have you ever had to deal with thieves and trail cameras? I dont think i could ever get away with using those things in NY, even upstate, I seriously think they would get stolen or broken on the spot.
although this question was directed towards kev, trail cams have the benefit that, they will let you know if you have trespassers/poachers on your land in addition to allowing you to view the animals roaming the land. if someone were to come onto my land (or lease), and break my cameras, i think getting them replaced would be the least of my worries...

another thought- if you have posted signs or no trespassing signs, perhaps having another sign below them reading "property monitered by remote cameras" or something like that cant hurt
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Great Pics Looking @ Getting a Trail Cam My Self..
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great way to scout!
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They are also a great tool for monitoring your property boundaries for two legged trespassers & creeps. My camera caught two "life partners" servicing one another, if you know what I mean. Glad those jokers did it on the other side of the fence
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I have one of my trail cams set out the back door pointed at my storage building. The other points toward my exterior basement door.....
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I posted a security camera near the entrance to my MT house & got more than I bargained for. I took the images from the SD card and compiled them on Youtube into one video today.

I also caught a trespasser entering my property & taking pics.

It's my first vid so, be kind... The camera/light has three sensors, so if multiple animals are near, or the animal is sensed in the middle between two, the camera will keep panning.

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Curious kev, have you ever had to deal with thieves and trail cameras? I dont think i could ever get away with using those things in NY, even upstate, I seriously think they would get stolen or broken on the spot.
Well Ive pretty much given up on using them in public lands for the theft reason.
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Ok, what is this little fella...looks like it might be a opossum but doesn't really seem to be moving like one.
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OH, and got a nice 4 pointer to pose.
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