rthomas4 wrote:Those type of people aren't sportsmen, and they certainly aren't hunters! They are thieves! If they will steal other people's stands, and cameras, imagine what else they'll steal......including game!
Bestok wrote:Sometimes you need some security measures,I just saw an article about this topic."Some tips about protect your trail cameras".I hope I can help you.
Ohio farms wrote:Bestok wrote:Sometimes you need some security measures,I just saw an article about this topic."Some tips about protect your trail cameras".I hope I can help you.
Did you "find" that article on your own companies web site by any chance?
My dinner is still in the woods
bigtex wrote:We had two feeders, a ladder stand and a 15" tripod stolen off of land that we leased. The owner said it was likely "locals", but he didn't do anything to keep them off. That was our last year with him. Now we are having people pour stuff in our cameras, steal the batteries and even paint over the camera lens. We are pretty sure who it is but maybe one of our other ones in the area will catch them in the act. There are some pretty sorry people out there. These are the same ones that road hunt and poach from our land.
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