New video. Reconyx xr6

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  1. bowhtr1

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    Bet you have never seen this before.



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    I have Record Rack Professional in the feeder.

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    Very cool video. You came real close to getting a camera submerged.

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    Yes when it rains I watch the river stages continuously to see if I need to go get them. Although I try to always get them out my Reconyx have done well going underwater.

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    That's some amazing video! Their belly really does dictate what they do and where they go.
     
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    Nice video
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    kjstaudt86 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    wow, did not think deer would still feed in conditions like that. That's pretty cool! Did you get any wood ducks or anything on camera when it got that high?
     
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    Yes I have in the past had wood ducks swim past the camera with the water that high. That was a couple years ago.

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    Amazing. Almost got photos of fish?
     
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    Yes I have often wondered when will trail camera company will come out with a under water motion camera. One that works above or below water. Imagine what big bass are roaming the ponds, lakes or streams.

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