JPH wrote:Woods Walker wrote:Thanks to all for the participation on this thread! Interesting answers for sure.
But I'd like to bring things back to the center for a bit.......
What are your opinions on trail cams that can be monitored from a computer or smart phone with you not having to set foot in the woods? (For hunting purposes). Is this a good thing? Is this going too far? Or if it's not too far, then is it a another step towards going too far? IS there a "too far"?
Again, these are personal limitations. I'm not suggesting banning anything.
That was the original question? Shoot, I missed the whole point. Forgive me, I'm a little show. What were we talking about again?
An easy mistake JPH, here it is for you. " So here's my main question. For those of you who do use them, and even those who don't, what's YOUR "tech threshold"?
Just for the record....and I've stated this before....mine is pretty well regarding anything that has batteries and/or a microchip, as far as using it in the field. The 2 exceptions to that are a flashlight, and the throw away camera that I keep in my truck if I make a kill. But that's me. How about you?" Glad I could help.