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    Default Use of Field Camera's in Alaska

    Hi guys,
    I am coming up to Alaska for the summer to work. I was thinking about bringing up my field camera to catch some critters on film. I was wondering if it was legal to use them up there or if I should just leave it at home. I am not going to be using it for hunting, just picture taking. If any hunting will take place it will be a few years from now.

    Any help would be appreciated

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    you can use feild cameras up here ( i assume you mean stealth cams). set them up near a river or pond for best results. Try to keep the cam high and dont eat a peanut butter sandwich before setting it up or the bears will get it.

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    It will be a moultree 2.1 game spy. Thanks for the tips. I'll have to put it near a stream that is closed to fishing. Don't want the camera walking away.

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