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I really got to get my camera set up just have it behind the house testing it really like my Moultrie
 

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I really got to get my camera set up just have it behind the house testing it really like my Moultrie

GFD and guys... DO NOT, and I repeat DO NOT place your flash trail cam in a place in your house like say... the laundry room, where say for example the light switch is on the other side of the room, where maybe someone like your umm.. WIFE would come walking in! hahaha Still have the bruise from that one, OUCH! :lol:
 

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GFD and guys... DO NOT, and I repeat DO NOT place your flash trail cam in a place in your house like say... the laundry room, where say for example the light switch is on the other side of the room, where maybe someone like your umm.. WIFE would come walking in! hahaha Still have the bruise from that one, OUCH! :lol:
I am sure I am going to regret asking but why would you think that was a good idea LOL :boxing::boxing::boxing:
 

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Gonna go check trail cams this weekend. Got 3 out right now and haven't touched them in about 3 weeks. We'll see if there's any activity going on. Puttin' in corn this year and have been thinking of my strategy for ambush! haha Hoping for a successful early season bow kill.
 

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Ok, so I didn't get around to checking trail cams last weekend... but I'm going out today when my son takes his nap this afternoon. Got 3 cams to check... I'll post what I can, hoping to have some velvet.....
 

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Well fellas, I come to you today with no good pics to share.... I checked all three cams yesterday and had some good does and one small young buck, but nothing else. The reason,,, I didn't know my father-in-law was going to put fertilizer on his hayfields this year... and the grass is literally up to my shoulders. I'm 6'3" tall too. It was rediculous walking through the stuff. Plus it was wet, so my jeans were SOAKED. I'm not even going to mention I had to walk about a mile to get to one of the cams. If it warms up and dries out, we may be cutting hay in mid-june!
 

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Just set mine out little behind
was busy chasing Turkeys tomorrow is the last day of the season
I called a truce today for the spring season will go after them again in the fall
 

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Well fellas, I come to you today with no good pics to share.... I checked all three cams yesterday and had some good does and one small young buck, but nothing else. The reason,,, I didn't know my father-in-law was going to put fertilizer on his hayfields this year... and the grass is literally up to my shoulders. I'm 6'3" tall too. It was rediculous walking through the stuff. Plus it was wet, so my jeans were SOAKED. I'm not even going to mention I had to walk about a mile to get to one of the cams. If it warms up and dries out, we may be cutting hay in mid-june!
Hey Tator - - -

Caught one of the floating pics of you on the right side of the screen today. If that pic was taken by one of your trail cams, you might just want to see if it's still functioning. :whistling:

With a mug shot like that . . . . . . . . . . . . . :no:
 
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