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Trail Cameras

esteroestero Posts: 2,041 Captain
Has anyone used a trail camera? It might be interesting to be able to place a camera in the woods or swamp and get pictures at night of anything it can capture.

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  • JiviwhopperJiviwhopper Posts: 24 Greenhorn
    I've got one, they are great. I use it to see who's visiting my place in Cheifland, animals that is. I have the mid range Moultrie an am happy with it. The night pics are black and white and not as clear. Day time pics are great. Interesting seeing wildlife going about things at ease.

    and yea I had the year wrong at first.
  • esteroestero Posts: 2,041 Captain
    Thanks for you help.

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  • drgibbydrgibby Posts: 1,896 Captain
    I have 5 Moultries, they work great. Batteries will last six months and take thousands of pictures. I tried cuddebacks and was very dissapointed! I also have Bushnells, but the Moultries are the best IMO.......
  • Bad behaviorBad behavior Posts: 1,162 Officer
    Moultries are good for the money. Brownings and Cuddebacks suck. Reconyx are best but expensive. I maintain 50+ on 3000 acres and none of them last more than 2-3 years when run full time.
    Need a little time off...For Bad Behavior....

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