Nice healthy looking doe there. Which direction was your cam facing? It's better to face them north so you don't have sunlight messing up your pic's. Still you shouldn't have any problem with all that cover. If live in a state that allows baiting you can mix salt in the soil there for more deer action. Looks like you have a invasive vine in your timber too, is that bitter sweet, or honey suckel? Looking forward to more pic's...someone would steal my cam if I placed it out somewhere here.ORIGINAL: shadow
Thanks, Corey from the D&Dh site walked me through putting pictures on the site, and I did have to have my pop up blocker off. What a pain, some of these items most of us all use daily that were not even heard of for the most part 20 years ago can be a real hassle and time consuming. But i guess 20 years ago none of us communicated like this so its a real advantage.
Here are a few pictures i was able to take with a $50.00 Wildview camera, just wish I knew what time and day they were taken.
I have other areas I scouted to hunt were there are rubs and I will set up the camera there to check on deer activity.
I was only able to upload 1 photo for some reason.
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