Thanks - im gonna print this off..you seem a pretty good judge of trail cams and i will look into one for sure...the one you suggest./ and i have a decent computer /monitor,but my printer isnt a picture capable one.
I agree that the ol 35 mm camera one is almost useless..i did burn up one roll on Mr. gray squirrel..he seemed friendly enough...really liked getting his picture taken-
-burying some nuts climbing on the tree/playing etc.
I than moved away from the ''mock scrape'' ...and realized the oak tree had more squirrel activity than deer activity at tha angle anyways! So i moved it to a single elm ...in a bowl that had sandy soil and some clover...i hung a drip bag [this was last yr.October]... and when i took the film in for developing i was waiting for more squirrel time... instead i got 4 different bucks checking out the dripper...the nice ten point pic ./i have mounted in a wood frame on my computer desk...he showed up at 8:46 pm of course ...but the the 2.5 yr olds were mid-day late morning... they were there in perfect shooting light and perfect angle and i was hunting other property...since than i have realized how important it is to get the Time and Date stamp...missed opt.---that wont happen again...
The old trail cam is ''Game Cam'' by moultrie..i think it was the very first model...it took 6 aa batteries in the compartment besides 2 ..9volts for the infra red...and another 2 aa in the camera---$$$- i will get a new one before sept.for sure!