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2012 Trail Cam Thread


slimngrizzly

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Post up your pictures now for 2012! Big bucks, little bucks, Does, Fawns, Bears, Coons, whatever....!!!

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I know im not the only one on here with a camera! Lets see your pics!

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Hey Stick? I took your advice and got a 466. Do you get a lot of these pics in B&W when it still appears to be light out? The pics below are at 6 pm... Is there anyway to change that? Other than that I like the shutter speed and the fact that NOTHING spooks from them hardly!

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Nice pics! Under a heavy canopy, sometimes it'll be b/w during low-light periods of the day. 6pm seems really early though - maybe a front rolled through? Not sure. Make sure to utilize that HD video w/ audio!

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I just got the call...I'm going home, so i should be able to check cams within a week! Brace Yourselves!!!

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Just ckecked the checked the camera last night! I dont have the best camera but still got a great picture of this years possible target. Lets hope he adds a few more inches yet! Have'nt got a good picture of the deer with his head down yet but looks like he might turn out alright!

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How do you think these guys will turn out? Hope to get the wife on one of them.full-23988-22131-sunp0057.jpg

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Not looking to great this year. Not just the lack of bigger bucks, but Ive only seen 4 different fawns on cameras over 2 of the most established licks were we hunt. Lots of other pics show bucks well developed, I feel mine are behind some how

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Nice pics guys. That Reconyx spot should be gold come late October being on that doe/fawn super-highway!

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Here are a few. The middle one is the big brow tine buck I'm hoping from last year. He had some big brows and good girth as a 2.5 yr old last year!

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Looks like a good one. I like the creek cam setup. With the drought we've been having, I've been wanting to move a cam to a similar location. Water is at a premium right now!

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Actually we moved the cameras to the creek due to the lack of rain some of the plots didn't come in this year as well. It's amazing how many mid day pics we have got that leads me to believe that they are bedding by the creek this year. There is a group of 4-5 bucks that seem to frequent the crrek mid day.

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Lots of great pics guys! That bear is a fatty lungdeflator and those buck do look like they have some catchin up to do. They got time!

Muskieman, that middle buck appears to have some nice mass at the H3s and some good brows, I bet hell turn into something. I think those deer like the creekbottoms for the water but I think its like an air conditioner with the heat weve had lately. Stay low and stay wet!

Keep them commin everyone, Fun to look at!

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Ya... I spent all winter cleaning up the woods and in one summer night its all a mess again! frown Oh well.

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Messes in the woods are a good thing! The more cover the better as far as I'm concerned.

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From a friends trail cam by his deer stand near Viking Mn...He also had Bear, Bobcat, Wolves and coyotes!

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That's a Bobcat right there, right? Or is it a Lynx? The tufty, long hair on the back of his legs kinda looks like a long tail hanging down behind his left rear leg!?! Was thinking of a much larger cat there!

Had me there for a sec! Started thinking, "Hey, I better call my friends in Viking with little kids!" shocked

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Sorry but id bet the farm on cougar, Cr ap I said the C word. Looks like the tail os swing on left side of the left leg making it hard to really tell for sure but the tail is certainly very long like that of cougar. but im not a cougarologist either.

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