One of the things we believe in is hanging your trail cameras high. This is a way to keep the camera out of the range of the deer's nose which helps keep the pressure down in the area. We believe it makes a big difference and helps us get more pictures of bucks. One negative we have found is it messes with the detection angle/range depending on how high and what angle it is at. Some cameras are impacted more than others. Do you hang your trail cameras high? What other tips do you have for how to use trail cameras to get more pictures and better pattern deer? He put together this video to highlight that and some of the other tips we have and the different ways we use trail cameras for those that are newer to it or looking for ways to get more out of their trail cameras!