First and foremost, scouting cameras are tools. As hunters, we use cameras to see what deer are in the area, locate a big buck, monitor a stand site or food plot, and determine where deer are active.
But scouting cameras have become a lot more than just tools. Using cameras is also just plain fun. Everyone wants to see what's on the camera. A picture of a bobcat, for example, is almost as exciting as the first look at a big buck. You just never know what you're going to see!
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The "Seasonal System" for finding the big bucks with your scouting camera.
A guide developed by Cuddeback for when and where to place your cameras to maximize the chances of finding that buck of a lifetime.
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Motion Heat Sensors
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Selecting, maintaining and repairing SD cards
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