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BuckSutherland

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Scott K

Buck, I have pictures of one of them as well on my camera

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paceman

Geepers that wolf is quite large...

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BuckSutherland

Geepers that wolf is quite large...

That wolf is enourmous. By far and away the biggest of the four I have had this year. I have had some smaller deer come through that dont stand as tall as him.

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outdoorsmanwilly

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A couple views of an old buck I got.

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Scott K

nice

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Guest Kyle

That's a very large bodied deer, not to mention the rack! Nice!

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hunter322

a couple from the last 3 weeks. full-27880-36015-cdy_0062.jpg

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We also have lots of pics of some spikes 6s 8s forks. Nothing huge but some respectable plus A LOT of yotes!

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hardwaterfishing

Finally got a decent one on the cam.

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CANOPY SAM

Boy he's got some serious brows! shocked

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pointerdog

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slimngrizzly

Got the first hardhorn today! Expect lots of bone showing in the 7-10 days!grin

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certified jumbo

Nice to see somd bone. Cool pics

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Musky_Madness

Pulled these yesterday AM

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Acorn season

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Healthy Buck

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Yogi

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Lunker

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rcook72

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BuckSutherland

What a poser this guy is. Get him on all 3 cams about every 18-20 days. Pretty sure I already have his dad or a close relative on the wall.

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noahsdad

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laker1

Beautiful shots.

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walleyewess

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After all summer of getting nothing but does, cows and coons I finally got a few bucks. Nothing huge but happy to see them

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Lip_Ripper Guy

I put my cameras out on 8/16. Not a single deer showed up until 9/1, which coincided with high temps dropping from the 90s to the low 70s. Couple nice bucks to start it off.

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I have a doe with twin fawns, and another doe with a single fawn. All 3 fawns still have their spots.

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sightfisher

Noahsdad, is that an elk I'm looking at in your top pic?

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noahsdad

yes it is.....in kittson county near lake bronson

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Effie07

Is anybody else noticing more than a few bucks still carrying their velvet? I have been bow hunting since I was 12 (now 29) and until this year never saw a buck with velvet once the season opened. Saw an 8, 10 and fork in velvet while duck hunting this weekend and just found a 7 pointer on my trail cam in full velvet last night right in my yard. What gives?

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CANOPY SAM

Very late spring?

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Bear55

Late spring for sure, I've never need a velvet buck during bow season in my life and saw 4 this thing already.

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caseymcq

I just got a new camera from Cabelas and decided to try it out in the back yard before I put it in the woods.

The first one is me to make sure it took at least one photo, note the time stamps crazy

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Wanderer

What'd that camera do to you?! wink

Pretty cool Casey. Did the temp really drop 11 degrees in 15 min too or where you that close to the house the cam hadn't cooled down yet?

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caseymcq

The camera had just come from inside the house so I am pretty sure that's why there was an 11 degree drop in that period of time.

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laker1

Question-what do you think the range of your camera is in detecting motion and taking a picture?

I have two Moultrie and I was getting between 45-55 feet. Now one is down to 30 feet max. and battery says good for 130 days still.

As battery drops but still reads respectable does detection range drop?

What is your range and camera type?

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