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Jerry Jeffer
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Awsome! Love the Elk shots.

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Over&Under
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Cant't get enough elk pics - Trail cams are great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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“Elk (add hogs to the list) are not hard to hit....they're just easy to miss" [Smile]

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Talondale
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Another option for battery life is to get a rechargeable battery and a solar panel ($20 each) at Wally World. I have yet to set up my camera. Need to get that done.

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oneshot-onekill
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Santiam,

Which cuddeback camera are you using? Those are awesome pic's.

Terry

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bentpole
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Great pics guys Hey Joel Smith I really like the non Typ WOOOFAAA! would be a nice trophy.
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John Krause
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Here are a few more. All from early spring.

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kennym
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Great pics guys,gotta check mine tonite or tomorrow. Almost like Christmas!!

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Here's tonites bucks,all small ones......


Tractor battery showed low batt,after prolly 400 pics!
[Razz]

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joel smith
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Kenny, that looks like some really nice hunting country. What's growing in the field ?

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kennym
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Joel,its soybeans,milo and CRP from near to far,they've bout ate the beans clear off! It's a piece of CRP ground thats been in my family for awhile,somehow I ended up takin care of it so I plant a little for the deer. All three of my boys took their first deer on this piece,heck,guess I did too cept it was pasture and brush then!!

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Heres 2 gentleman of the night from my No Flash at my Northwest Mississippi River Club. Photos taken over soybeans and mineral block

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bbassi
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Joe, Nice bucks. Looks like it might be the same buck, but either way you got some nice ones down there. I got to get one of those cameras...

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I thought the same thing bbassi but G3's make them different and brow tines are slightly off also. Mineral Block buck could be a $100 fine that I might have to pay come october to the club [Big Grin] our club minimuns are 18"spread or 24"main beam.

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fish theotherone
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great little gadgets those trail cams eh? anyone got one in realtree for sale?

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one day ille get to flatirons place!

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Checked one of the trail cams around lunch today. Here's a pic of "Should Have Been No.2", we call him that because last year I had him at less than 15 yards but the proper shot never came. Later in the fall my Youngest missed him with his Dark Side Bow so we named him. "Should Have Been No.1" hangs on the wall in my bow room. We didn't find him til the next mornin' and the coyotes had a hayday.

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