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The Proof is in the Picture

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.


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Paul Mclendon

Millbrook, AL

This is a deer I have been hunting for the last 4 years. He showed up on camera in 2012 again in 2013. I had no pictures of him in 2014 and assumed he had been killed. But lo and behold he showed up in 2015. His antlers has changed over the years as you can see he remains a good shooter buck.

Paul Mclendon

Millbrook, AL

We have had this 200 acre lease for 5 years and this is the first time we have captured this deer's picture. We have 8 cuddeback cameras set out on the land and the only picture.

Greg Martin

Innerkip, ON

This picture is a American bald eagle. I shot some ducks and put them out for the predators and this bad boy flew in for a snack.

Kevin Polk

Collins, MS

The camera was placed on a scrape on a logging road running parallel to a creek. After several days of stormy weather, the creek flooded. It did not seem to slow down the deer movement .

Robert Pevler

Fairmont, WV

First day of duty for my new camera was a success! I didn't even have the date or time set (now corrected) when this group came through.

Daniel Ertle

Toms River , NJ

My girlfriend and I planted this food plot down the street from my house. After shooting my best bow buck using cuddebacks to pattern him, I asked my girl to marry me tring to capture it with the camera. Just missed me getting down on one knee. She said yes and we call the food plot "The Field of Dreams".

Daniel Ertle

Toms River, NJ

My Father took one of our cameras out of the woods after hunting one afternoon. Forgetting to turn the camera off he set it on the work bench and had removed his sent shield hunting clothing to change back into his work cloths. He's going to kill me for submitting this!!

Daniel Ertle

Toms River, NJ

I planted a food plot down the street from my house in a residential neighborhood and also threw out some corn. Watching this deer most of the summer I was hoping the get a shot while still in velvet but none the less opening day two hours into the sit I double lunged him at 15yrds.

Tony Luker

Dothan, AL

This Buck came into the food plot and feed around but apparently decided it like something better, high in a pine tree.

Doug Wonders

Motley, MN

Even in the winter deer still need to have a drink of water. This small spring fed creek serves the purpose.