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    I am going to get a trail camera or two for hunting this spring. It tends to be wet many times in PWS. I have searched the on-line reviews on different models and brands the reviews are all across the board. In PWS our temps do not get as cold as in other places but I am concerned about the wet climate. Anyone have any first hand experience at trail cameras in Alaska and our weather conditions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod123 View Post
    I am going to get a trail camera or two for hunting this spring. It tends to be wet many times in PWS. I have searched the on-line reviews on different models and brands the reviews are all across the board. In PWS our temps do not get as cold as in other places but I am concerned about the wet climate. Anyone have any first hand experience at trail cameras in Alaska and our weather conditions?
    I use cuddeback PWS. Been using them for over 4 years now without any moisture problems. Thinking about picking up a couple cuddeback attack's
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    Here's a cool Trail Cam info site. http://www.chasingame.com/

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    Thanks for the information. I am will do a little more research of trail cams before I purchase one or a couple. We still have 7 feet of snow on the ground here in Valdez so I have a little time. Cusackla it is good to hear you have used the cameras in PWS without moisture issues, a lot of reviews I read on-line talks about moisture getting in the cameras.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod123 View Post
    Thanks for the information. I am will do a little more research of trail cams before I purchase one or a couple. We still have 7 feet of snow on the ground here in Valdez so I have a little time. Cusackla it is good to hear you have used the cameras in PWS without moisture issues, a lot of reviews I read on-line talks about moisture getting in the cameras.
    Some cameras have room for a little package of desiccant inside the camera.

    I does help with the moisture.

    Check out Reconyx cameras. Pricey cameras, but highly recommended.
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