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Trail Cams on sale Owatonna

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Holy moly if your looking at cams get to fleet farm.Most are reg $369.oo now $139.00 we just picked up 6 more.They wont last long at this price.All trail cams are on sale.

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what store location?? I called around and not finding

this sale

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Owatonna.

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I have a ? Do trail cams flash? I am thinking about putting one in a fishhouse to see who the low lives are.

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Most have a flash setting. On, Off, or Auto. Sounds like a great idea/technique, however, it could just be 1 more thing the theifs steak if they get into your shack!

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Hawkeye, I dont photo well.I was just trying to find your secret spots. wink.gif

Some fools trying to get your fishing equip?To bad you cannot put a little juice to the door handle.

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