Uncompromised craftsmanship and innovative technology help produce the world’s best scouting camera pictures - and set Cuddeback apart from the rest. With ¼ Second Trigger Speed, Center Subject Technology, and Zone Control, Cuddeback cameras are just built better. Browse galleries of pictures to see the difference for yourself - we think you’ll agree that the proof is in the picture.
These 2 bucks may be brothers. I have pictures the last 3 years and they may be 5 year olds. Big 8 and heavy 10, on heavily hunted public land and no agriculture. Two other 8 pointers in the bachelor group.
I bought a new model E Cuddeback and 2 new C123 cameras Cuddebacks. These 3 photos are taken with the C123 camera. I love these cameras. The doe tearing out shows pretty fast trigger speed. I couldn't decide on the fawns nursing so decided to send them both and let you pick out your favorite shot. Great job on the new cameras Cuddeback..
First time I checked my new Cuddeback - captured three fawns in one pic!
This Buck, I been seeing him on and off all spring and watching his rack grow into a very respectable rack. I did not know that a little rabbit could put that amount of fear into this deer as it seems. As you can see the attack camera caught him in full stride, I believe all of his feet are off the ground.
Bobcats have been more and more seen down in lower michigan. This is the first pic of them we have on our property in Lake County. We seen one a few years ago, just never had one on trail camera pretty neat
Just checking out my last year hunting spot out for fall hunting. Picture taken in northern brown county in Wisconsin
I have had severall pictures of a couple of coyote on my property. I have tried to get one or both of them but haven't had any luck. You can tell by the picture why I am so anxious to remove them. The fawn in the picture didn't have a chance.
This bruiser just showed up on a trophy rock! I love the new cameras cuddeback offers easy to use and photos that rival a professional photographers! Thanks for a great product!
A beautiful photo of a nice 8 point. The deer always walk the edge of this alfalfa field after coming out of the woods for the evening.
There isn't much of a story here but I thought everyone would enjoy this pic. Its not often that you see two fawns about to go into battle especially this extreme. They remind me of two rams about to fight!