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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Two differant 3x3 pushin 30" wide in the first set of photos.

    Stupid cows licked my trail cams off their mounting. Lol learning experience I guess since it was my first time using cams. Reattached to some posts. They ain't coming off now. My luck the lenses will get slobberd up full of cow spit.
    Did get a cool pic of a doe and a spotted fawn.
    I had a horse use one of my cameras for an itching post or something. Bunch of pics of a horse getting closer and closer than black then nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Work2hunt View Post
    I had a horse use one of my cameras for an itching post or something. Bunch of pics of a horse getting closer and closer than black then nothing.
    Haha yep got some cow butts and tails too.
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    Mount them higher & angled downward. You avoid livestock and tend to get better/brighter nighttime pics.

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    I did that on one of them this time. The other is strapped to a rock.
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    You're making me squirm in my armchair with those dandy bucks!
    It's hard to mount those trail cameras high enough so that a bored horse doesn't nibble on it.

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    I've put a cpl up using a climbing stand before. I wanted a coverage of my bow stand set-up and the camera actually picked up everything within 30yds.....then I changed locations when nothing close to what I'd shoot came through in over a month.

    I'm seeing deer and bulls that a cpl guys are [seeing/getting TC pics] of in NV and it looks like the antlers are coming along quite well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by packmule View Post
    I've put a cpl up using a climbing stand before. I wanted a coverage of my bow stand set-up and the camera actually picked up everything within 30yds.....then I changed locations when nothing close to what I'd shoot came through in over a month.

    I'm seeing deer and bulls that a cpl guys are [seeing/getting TC pics] of in NV and it looks like the antlers are coming along quite well.
    I've heard the same about the elk this year in. Ely as well. We just got a few days of great rain so hopefully the hors are going to keep up the pace.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    I've heard the same about the elk this year in. Ely as well. We just got a few days of great rain so hopefully the hors are going to keep up the pace.
    Good to know! I hope those Ely bulls are getting big!

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    I heard rumor that quite a few of them were big back in early-mid June.

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    I can't wait to get a look, 5 more working days and I'm gone for 18. I'll try and get some good pics in my areas so the muzzy and rifle guys can see how growth is going. By looking at IKIC's pics I won't be disappointed.

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