Buck Magnets 2008 Trail Camera Photo Post

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  1. Buck Magnet

    Buck Magnet Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Well guys, I decided that I should start my very own trail cam photo post for 2008 on this site. Things have been slow as far as buck pics go, several thousand photos of doe within the past two weeks. Here are a few pics with some bone in them :d

    This guy was running fult tilt but you can still make out a main beam in the photo. He looks like he could be a decent buck by the time he is done growing.
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    This guy is now known as slick trick because of that long main beam with no points on it.
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    Can't forget my feathered friends..
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    And just a few other random photos..

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  2. ToddGraf

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    What type of camera are you using?
     
  3. Buck Magnet

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    Todd, its the Moultrie I60. I really like the camera compared to the Cuddeback C3000 I had been using. The only problem that I have had (along with many others) is that it takes alot of light onto the camera in order for it to switch from the Infared mode to the standard color photo mode. Other than that, it has a pretty good trigger time, just a little over a second, a great sensor, and awsome battery life. I put a set of old Duracells in that read at 76% battery life, and several thousand photos, and around 150 videos later, the batteries are down to 60%.

    Here is a short video clip of two toms with a fawn and squirrel.

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    Here is a few.

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    Good pics guys :tu:
     
  6. OKbowhunter

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    I named this guy "Dwayne" :d

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    And here's my "Super Spike"

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    The 8pt in this pic is the one I'm after:woot:

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    As you can see, Im grow em big:cry:
     
  7. ToddGraf

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    Good shots, I cant wait till see more as the season gets closer...
     
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    Great pics guys.

    Jason, I've been having problems with my I40. I had it over a mineral lick and the deer were plowing through 30 lbs. of mineral every 2 weeks, but I was only getting a handful of pics. So what I did was set up a $50 Wildview opposite the Moultrie. The results the last 2 times I checked them were 27 and 40 new pics on the Moultrie, and 276 and 385 new pics on the Wildview.:confused:

    I put new batteries in both cameras yesterday, so hopefully the batteries were just bad on the Moultrie.
     
  9. Buck Magnet

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    Yea, my camera is just a couple weeks old and it went down the tubes yesterday. I checked it and the colors look something like they came out of an acide trip. Everything is incredibly grainy and you can barely make out anything in the photos. I reset everything, ran the diagnostics, and it all came back fine, but yet it is still not working right. I am goin to be taking it back and either replacing it with the new Cuddeback Capture (not sure as I had problems with two different Cuddeback C3000s and an Expert), the new Leaf River, or the new Bushnell.
     
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    Very cool pics I will have my cam out once the season starts.
     

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