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This is my first season using trail cams. I've got to say I've become addicted. It's a ton of fun! 

But I have two questions about them for you guys...

How do you set them up? Are you using bait, licks, etc? Travel corridors? What's your most successful set up for getting good bucks on camera?

What cameras do you guys like best? I'm currently running 4 wildgame Innovations and 2 Primos Truth Cam 35s.

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Just few of mine from this year. 

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Great pics! I use wild game innovations, and in Oklahoma it is legal to bait so I use corn.
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Hello, Nice Picures! I personally like the smaller Moultrie trail cams, just my preference. They are easy to set up and move and are not very noticable to deer or thieves. I also set them up year around. In the summer months I use corn to see what kind of bucks are in the area and which ones made it through the past season. It is like opening a Christmas present! You just dont know what you are going to capture. I was told once that you will never get a picture of a mature buck on camera...........guess I proved that wrong!!    LOL


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Great pics!
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those are some NICE  bucks.

the first couple of years I have always set the camera up at a height to catch a body movement to trigger it, mostly 3-1/2 to 4 foot high. I got a lot of blank pictures, weeds going up swaying in the wind and deer walking up and smelling the camera.
last year I put the camera up just over head high, pointing downward. I got fewer blank pics, no deer smelling of the camera and better angles on the racks. HUNT0078-1.jpg  HUNT0013-1.jpeg  HUNT0013-1.jpeg 


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That's a great idea Eddie! I never thought about doing that.
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I'll have to try that as well!
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Jose, those are some nice bucks on your property. I have a question about your feeder, what brand feeder is that with the legs?
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Sorry it took so long to get back with you Darren. Have had some health issues to deal with. The feeder is a "On Time Buckeye™ 30-Gallon Gravity Tripod Turkey Feeder" I purchased mine through Cabelas.
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