Deer season has ended in some parts of the country and still is going on in others, but it’s not too early to start thinking about off-season camera surveys. Planning ahead now is the best way to get a jump on next season.
When you’re trying to get the best information about your deer from camera surveys, do you just strap a camera on a tree and dump corn in front of it?
What tree? Near a field or up in the woods? What if your batteries run out? Do you have the best SD card for your game camera or should you get one with 40’leven giggawhatzits to get video and images? How often should you go pull the card to check the images, or should you move the camera?
Tom Rainey of Browning Trail Cameras visits Deer Talk Now hosts Dan Schmidt and Brad Rucks to discuss these questions and others. Browning Trail Cameras hit the market in 2013 and quickly made a name for itself with quality cameras at affordable prices. Rainey will discuss a couple of the new models, too.
Also on Deer Talk Now, Schmidt and Rucks will feature a ShopDeerHunting.com special on the lightest and most comfortable tree stand safety harness on the market.
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