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These two have been camera shy all summer now thanks to my cudde back i have them both in one picture. Time to get in the blind and try and take one these big guys.
Early Morning Axis does in an upright altercation!!!
Hopefully by the time this is posted on the cuddeback website, I will have put my tag on this Minnesota monster. A recent cold front and full moon have really gotten the bucks out and about. Some even during shooting hours. Wide and heavy 10 pt. once again I don't know what I'd do with out my cuddeback's. And hands down the new models are the best ever made.
The bucks usually start losing their velvet around labor day weekend here in central MN. This year is no different by the pics from the cuddeback. Gonna be a nice one next year.
Young good looking buck lost his velvet and also broke part of his rack off too. Hopefully he makes it through this hunting season.
This is a narrow spread, but good mass and tall tined 4 1/2 yr old shooter 10 pt. Season can't open soon enough.
Nice looking 3 1/2 yr old. Hopefully he lives to be 4 or 5 1/2. He has triple and double brow tines, looks very unique.
Watched eight bucks thru spring, summer & fall; never saw this buck. This picture is first, two more through the night. Shot & killed this buck the next evening.
This is a deer I have been hunting for 4 years. I have 100's of night time photos of this deer but only 3 or 4 daytime photos. I use lots of Cuddeback cameras to try to get information on him.
I submitted this pic thinking it was a black lynx. After further inspection I believe it's a not so rare bear cub. --Also a pic my dad Stephen got and wanted me to submit for him.