Discussion in 'Trail Cameras' started by CoveyMaster, Sep 5, 2016.
I didn't get around to all the cameras on all the farms but I got a few.
I'll take number 3 and number 4 please. What kind of moultrie camera is that? It shoots pretty good pics.
That buck with his face up in the camera is a 2.5 year old deer this year. I think he has some potential over the next few years. I have high expectations for those brow tines next year.
He's un-named maybe High Expectations is a decent name.
ohhh i know he's young by his face but he's gonna be a nice deer with those brows, but if he's 2.5 i'll take ol crab claw in #3 , he's plenty old enough for me.
Hey Covey, I noticed there are no raccoons in any of your pics. Do those discs on the legs really keep the raccoons off of it?
No they don't do squat for coons but they do help with squirrels. I trap the living crap out of coons with live traps but we still have plenty to go around.
Very nice bucks.
Looking good there CM.
Yeah I can live with the squirrels but the dang coons eat more than their share for sure. I have coons that waddled when they walk. It's not too bad until the farmer harvests the corn and the they hit the feeder like crazy.
Very nice pics! Those are some nice bucks!!
Ya the buck in #4 with the split G2 and drop on his right side is a nice buck. Hopefully he's old enough for your list. Good luck!
I think he's 4.5 this year. I generally hold out for 5.5 targets but I may make an exception to the rule for that buck with a drop if he happens in front of me and stops broadside.
Last year was the first time he showed up and I guessed he was 3.5 but looking at currant pics of him I may have been guessing on the young side anyway. He has a saggy brisket this year in a few pics and a pot belly. I'm gonna say he's close enough given the limited history I have with him. He's definitely on the list.
nice pics! love the one with the dried velvet that is ready to shed.
wow... some real studs there... good luck!
Jealous of you mid west and plains state guys.
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