game cameras

GEAR  Moultrie A20i new 2016

2016 SHOT Show: Best New Gear from Moultrie

Moultrie Products offers a high-quality game cam for budget-focused hunters with the A-20i and the A-20. The all-new A-20i and A-20 take everything hunters and game managers love about the best-selling A-5 and make it better—and smaller! Featuring 12 MP image resolution and 32 LEDs, these cameras are equipped to take high-quality images both...

Cuddeback Long Range IR

SHOT Show 2016: Best New Gear from Cuddeback

Cuddeback introduces two new high end trail cameras that are the best Cuddebacks ever – and at $150 they are the lowest price Cuddebacks ever! They feature Cuddeback’s world’s fastest 1/4 second trigger speed which means you’ll get more images with animals and fewer blanks. A new compact “micro” housing is ergonomic and handy....

Plotwatcher deer

How Does Plotwatcher Work? See for Yourself!

Sifting through hundreds or thousands of photos from your game camera can be time-consuming and, quite honestly, pretty boring if the images don’t have what you’re looking for. Today’s cameras have such great technology that birds or even limbs moving with the wind can trigger the shutter. Then you may end up with scads...

Wildgame Innovations Terra 5 IR camera offers practical simplicity at a reasonable price.

ATA 2016: Practical Simplicity Highlights New Inexpensive Game Camera

Scouting cameras have evolved to a level that was unimaginable only a few years ago. These amazing tools have become standard equipment for anybody who needs to be there … but can’t really be there. While some outdoorsmen relish the thought of a game camera with features far exceeding anything they’ve used in the...

Still images are great if your camera's settings are fast enough but during the peak rut, bucks chasing does may be a flash unless you're in video mode.

How to Use the Video Advantage During the Rut

There are not many things better than to check a trail camera during the rut. The anticipation of what is on the camera and how many bucks are coming through during shooting hours is crazy. By Jeremy Flinn Some of the excitement can quickly turn to frustration with motion blurs and a deer’s rear ends....

When a doe needs to hit the ground, it's more backstraps and meat for the grill!

Killer Trailcam Strategy for Deerhunters

Okay, I admit it, quite proudly I might add, that I am a Neanderthal, old school, primal, ancient throwback, old fashioned, hopelessly traditional nuts and bolts kind of guy. I like my rock-n-roll raw, loud, grinding, grunting, pounding, pure animal high energy bass, drums and ferocious guitar. By Ted Nugent I like my hunting...

White salt and a little Big Buck Mineral Formula was a great combo last year for game camera images, with does and bucks hitting the site pretty hard.

Is It All Worth the Time, Sweat, Blood, Briars, Snakes and Effort?

On our DDH Twitter account, @deerhuntingmag, I noticed a tweet from a fellow hunter who had been out in the woods doing some season prep work and fighting with Mother Nature. “Soaked in sweat and bleeding from briers. Come November that set will be worth it.” tweeted Kyle Sheesley (@kjsheesley) who, along with his pal...

Game camera photos can tell you a lot about the deer you know about, and some you may not!

Two Game Camera Options for Scouting, Capturing Great Images

If you’re not already doing some things on your property or at least thinking about scouting for the 2015 deer season then you’re behind the curve. Diehard deer hunters put in time year-round on something to help them get a leg up during the season. It may be practicing bow shots with a great...