Show D&DH Your Best 2009 Trail Cam Photos

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Postby Backlash » Thu Dec 31, 2009 6:40 am

Just joined the site today - too much snow for deer hunting today. Here are a couple pix from my Moultrie taken this fall.

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Postby buckhunter21 » Thu Dec 31, 2009 12:59 pm

Welcome to the forum Backlash...Looking forward to hearing a lot more from you! Where are you located at...Which state?
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RE: Show D&DH Your Best 2009 Trail Cam Photos

Postby Backlash » Thu Dec 31, 2009 3:21 pm

Thanks for the welcome Buckhunter21. I am located in the UP of Michigan, one hour north of Escanaba in Munising (on shore of Lake Superior) Born and raised in south central WI, the pictures were taken in SW WI where I still bowhunt. Slow year here in the lake effect portion of the UP, locally the kill was down drastically. Too many long winters, predators, etc I guess... A coworker's beagle was killed by wolves yesterday while he was hunting rabbits nearby.

Already looking forward to deer season 2010!

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RE: Show D&DH Your Best 2009 Trail Cam Photos

Postby buckhunter21 » Fri Jan 01, 2010 4:21 pm

Wow, that's too bad about the beagle.  How does that happen...Don't the dogs stay close when rabbit hunting?
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Postby 2tonyb » Sat Jan 02, 2010 2:21 pm

Not a big buck...or even a doe, but it is probably the best quality pic that I've gotten.  The camera is a moultrie I-60.  I guess it's not an '09 either.  Oh well. 
 
 


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Postby hunt4ever » Mon Jan 04, 2010 11:54 am

ORIGINAL: 2tonyb

Not a big buck...or even a doe, but it is probably the best quality pic that I've gotten.  The camera is a moultrie I-60.  I guess it's not an '09 either.  Oh well.

Great photoImage  Some of the best are NOT always deer.  Attached are four of my more interesting photos collected with my 3 x Moultrie D40's over the past year.  [font="verdana"][size="4"]Tom Mac[/size][/font]




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Postby Backlash » Wed Jan 06, 2010 2:47 pm

In reply to buckhunter21: "Wow, that's too bad about the beagle. How does that happen...Don't the dogs stay close when rabbit hunting? "

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Yes, they usually stay pretty close to the beagle. In this case the two brothers were talking between each other and had already taken some shots before they heard a yip from their dog when it was just out of sight. When they got there, it appeared one animal had grabbed the dog at each end and had pulled it, killing it immediately. They ran to the sound of the yip and were there right away, but the animals were gone. Three sets of tracks in the snow leaving the scene, DNR confirmed it was wolves. They seem to be getting more and more bold, I wish they would open a season on them here.
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Postby 2tonyb » Sun Jan 10, 2010 3:10 pm

A 2009 deer season survivor.  Notice how thin he is.  I guess that's what 2 months of non stop chasing and breeding can do.
 
 


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RE: Show D&DH Your Best 2009 Trail Cam Photos

Postby Marc Anthony » Sun Jan 10, 2010 3:29 pm

Here's some pictures I got from my trail camera in a little 2 acre piece stuck in the middle of about 100 acres of crops! These are all different bucks. Notice the buck with his eye missing!

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Postby hunt4fun » Sun Jan 10, 2010 8:04 pm

Marc- Those are some nice bucks, and the one with the eye missing is really cool to get on a camera.  I think the first and fourth picture are the same buck though.  Notice the time stamp, plus the forked 2 on its right side on both pics and the narrow crab claw on its left side.

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