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    I am looking at getting a couple of cameras one for baiting and one for the cabin to see who has been poking around. I was wondering what brand and battery size the baiting one would be checked frequently , potential for a lot of pics, the cabin one very few pics and would need long battery life. thanks for the help

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    I have used 3 over the past 10 years of baiting, best one i have used is the Bushnell by far. battery life with lithium battery's is amazing you can take pic's or Video with it i used both setting pic's to start the season then video for the last half of the season. never lost any battery life after 2 months of use. PLUS you can get a nice bear case for it that Bushnell sells i use a ratchet strap to hold it to the tree works like a charm.
    Bow hunters do it with longer shafts

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    blackcat, which Bushnell is this as I'm in the market for one also?
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    All i have is the Model# 119435 they don't say much on the case
    Bow hunters do it with longer shafts

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    I have a Bushnell as well. Expensive but has very good battery life and picture quality is excellent.

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    I went to.sportsmans and just dished out 130 bucks on a stealthcam so far it works pretty well.the only downside is.it.takes.8 double a batteries but I think there going to last the rest of the season I've had a total of 300 pics so far and its pretty good quality

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    Anything endorsed by Jim Shockey is worth it's weight in gold.

    Seems the IR Bushnell cams are a hot item this year.
    We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it, we go to smooth it. We get it rough enough at home; in towns and cities; in shops, offices, stores, banks anywhere that we may be placed

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