Itâ€™s my first time that Iâ€™m thinking of using a trail camera, Iâ€™d like to know whatâ€™s coming in, I have plenty of traffic but I canâ€™t find any rubs or scrapes in the area. I have to be honest with you after reading a few posts about them getting stolen Iâ€™d rather go cheap and decent vs. the â€˜bestâ€™ and most expensive that will disappear on public property. Any camera recommendations or features that are really nice to have that wonâ€™t spook game as much or alert people as much?
After reading the camera stolen posts so much Iâ€™m thinking Iâ€™m going to have to climb some really high tree and try to point the camera into my shooting lanes. I assume some trail cams have a base that will allow you to pivot/angle it in the right direction? I like the idea of having a cam on the ground if I can camouflage it as well enough and it will still works well so as to stay out of the line of site of people walking through.
Update 9/18 - This was pulled from one spot this weekend on a Moultrie trail camera. Hopefully he won't show up when season starts, he tore up a ground blind a little which had nothing in it but it was repaired. Bears are curious critters. Bears can stink up a spot and ruin it for deer hunting, so I have several other spots set-up that to rotate from.
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