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My friend just posted this buck and doe in Northern Minnesota. His camera caught these two at 1:45 a.m.!

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I’ve been chasing this particular buck for a number of years now, and I’ve never quite been able to close the deal with him. Had a number of close calls. (notice my stand about 20 yards behind the deer!) This pic was taken when the buck was 3-1/2. He’ll be 5-1/2 years old this year, so I’m sure he’ll be as big and cagey as ever! We have a number of bucks around that definitely carry the same genes….trail cams are so much fun!


Camera Crazy

If you’re a deer hunter, you’d have to be living under a rock not to have noticed the trail camera craze of recent years! Because of their unparalleled scouting benefits trail cams have made any self-respecting whitetail addict’s gear bag incomplete without them.

Scouting cameras have evolved from simple trail counters to 35mm cameras, and into today’s efficient and advanced digital trail cameras with a multitude of features.

The simple fact is that trail cameras have truly revolutionized the way we hunt and scout. Because of them, we can keep a keen eye on the prize 24-hours a day, 365 days a year!  If you haven’t yet taken advantage of both the fun and the benefits of trail cameras, you’re missing out!

Where do I begin?

There is no question that because of increased popularity, an ever-increasing amount of companies within the hunting industry are throwing their hats in the ring.  There are so many manufacturers and different features it’s easy to experience camera confusion and making a choice can be overwhelming.  There is a wide range of varying features and as you can expect, prices.

As I outline a handful of popular models, my advice is to consider what’s important to you and keep in mind the aspects of different features in relation to your specific application. (more…)

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