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Old 01-28-2013, 08:54 AM
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Talking New Bushnell Trophy Cam HD

Just went and bought a new trail-cam This thing seems to be one of the premier trail cams out there.Please feel free to give your input and tip on this new cam of mine.We bought it for the feeder. Heading back down south this afternoon just to put it up.Oh we payed $254.00


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Old 01-29-2013, 09:40 AM
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Nice cam! I've heard nothing but good things about bushnell. I have a buddy who has one and he loves it. I personally have never had one, but that doesn't that I won't someday

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Old 02-10-2013, 07:31 PM
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Wow guys this camera is the bomb.I had it on the feeder for 14 day and it took 4563 pictures of deer and turkeys.Granted it was the same 7 does and 10 turkeys but what a camera.No bucks but I think they are just not used to the Moultrie spreader feeder yet.I had to other cheap Moultrie cameras out the same 14 day over bait one took 5 pictures and one took 7.It is not only the bucks afraid of the feeder there are 30+ known does the feed in the food plot that have not yet eaten from the feeder.I will get some pictures up soon.
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Old 02-11-2013, 12:09 PM
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Sure you aren't seeing buck w/out antlers?? The way I always tell is obviously body size, but if you look closely, bucks will hold their ears down a little more than a doe. This, I'm guessing is from the antler being there. I have studied this, and maybe I'm nuts, but I'm a believer in that.
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