Trail camera's (with pic's)

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Trail camera's (with pic's)

Postby REDGUN » Tue May 05, 2009 4:28 pm

Anybody else on here use these camera's for scouting? I have got "books" of pictures taken with our trail cam's. We used to drive to our deer lease at least once a month, just to see the pictures.
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Re: Trail camera's

Postby REDGUN » Wed May 06, 2009 7:01 am

Here are a few pictures of the deer we had on our old lease.
Picture 038.jpg
Picture 049.jpg

Anybody care to guess what they scored?? They had us fooled.
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Re: Trail camera's

Postby Greg Wile » Wed May 06, 2009 7:59 am

As it is hard to judge from the pics I am going to say in comparison to some racks I have they are probably around the 130 class.
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Re: Trail camera's

Postby REDGUN » Wed May 06, 2009 8:21 am

Greg Wile wrote: around the 130 class.


We guessed low, but not that low.

I'l give you a hint (that we didn't know either).

The live weight of the deer in the top pic was in the neighborhood of 275 lbs.
The deer in the bottom pic weighed about 220 lbs.
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