Scent control is a must for game cameras. I wear rubber boots, rubber gloves, scent free clothing (I dont want to rub on browse or limbs with cloths that smell of detergent or work/home odors) and I make sure not to touoch anything with my bare skin. If I accidentally touch or rub a limb with my bare skin, I'll cut the limb with my pocket pruners then stick the limb as high up in a thickly limbed tree. Overkill? Maybe but i dont want any sign of my visit left around my cameras. I use the rubber gloves when opening, closing and changing memory and batteries. I then rub fresh dirt on the top of the camera and on the strap or cable, finishing off with a a good spray down with scent killing spray. I get great deer and bear close ups and I believe i good the good photos because of the care I use when setting or checking my game cameras.
we should insist the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us, There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says he is an American, but something else also, isn`t an American at all