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#17172 - 04/13/06 12:43 AM Re: Use of Trail Cameras
hornhunter Offline
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Registered: 04/12/01
Posts: 24
Loc: Byron,Maine
Bait is about 12 to 15 feet away.

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#17173 - 04/14/06 10:32 AM Re: Use of Trail Cameras
Hal Offline
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Registered: 07/17/00
Posts: 9874
Loc: Blue Creek, Ohio, USA
Lets keep this on track. If you have furbearers caught on camera, let's see 'em.

Otherwise, let's not.

Thanks.

smile -- Hal
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#17174 - 04/14/06 04:07 PM Re: Use of Trail Cameras
hornhunter Offline
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Registered: 04/12/01
Posts: 24
Loc: Byron,Maine
You got It Hal! The turkey one is showing the rock the bait is under. The deer one? Ok I got no excuse for! They are all from the same location.

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#17175 - 04/15/06 08:16 AM Re: Use of Trail Cameras
musher Online   content


Registered: 07/22/03
Posts: 1954
Loc: Qc.
A trail camera can be fun in the off season. I didn't know that I had a lynx around the house until I got it on film.

I set mine as a blind set on a trail.

Bears are known to be rough on them. That's one of the reasons why I blind set mine. There's also the fact that photos of ravens and turkey vultures get old real quick.

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#25403 - 10/17/17 12:35 PM Re: Use of Trail Cameras [Re: WayneAmerica]
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Registered: 03/12/03
Posts: 1116
Dated for search.

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