On today’s show, Tony explores the various scenarios we all deal with when it comes to summertime trail camera images and how to stay the course, or adapt to new information as it comes to you.
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By Paul Annear
I’m not sure about you, but I am obsessed with trail cameras and even more in love with capturing monster bucks during those hot and humid days of July and August. The anticipation of checking a camera that has been on that prime inside corner gets me downright pumped. But as fun as cameras are, it’s easy to put yourself out of the game for that big buck by late summer if you’re not careful.
In particular, placing cameras deep in...
With antlers quickly sprouting, it’s getting to be that time of year that most people haul their trail cameras out of the closet and back into the woods. I’m certainly going to be deploying my full array of trail cams soon, and my goal this year (as is every year) is to have more big buck pictures and less empty frames, blacked out photos, or broken cameras! So with that in mind I reached out to my friends at Moultrie to get a better idea of how...
Bill Winke is an authority on nocturnal bucks and using trail cameras to understand how killable a deer is. Winke divulges how he determines whether or not to hunt a buck, how he uses trail cameras to scout deer, and how camera pictures help him determine whether a deer is killable or not.
Winke doesn’t hunt bucks that only show on camera after dark:
“You need to know what bucks are nocturnal, which ones are mostly nocturnal and which ones often...