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    Default Trail Cam Pics?

    Ok several people in the interior and throughout the state have said their bear baits have been hit. Most say they have trail cams. Let's see some PICTURES!!!

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    Default Pulled these off the cam

    Unit 14 A started getting hits this week. Here is a couple of pics of a small black bear from a couple of days ago.
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    Photos of the brown bear hitting mine yesterday.
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    Question Are real cameras, OK?

    This isn't a trail camera... it's a real handheld camera from 4 days ago at a secret PWS location.
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    I wish I had some to show. NO bears yet at my stand.

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    I have several from the last few days brown and black how do you submit photos on here

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    The t-post in the picture behind the bear is 37" high.
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    Default Yetti?

    Quote Originally Posted by AK145 View Post
    The t-post in the picture behind the bear is 37" high.
    I dunno... looks like the elusive Sasquatch to me!

    Nice lookin bear... hopefully you get a shot.

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    Default New Bait

    This is a new bait we threw together as a plan B. We could not get to our other site because the road was too bad. This bear came in about 5 days after we put it out. He looks like a really nice one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geoff156 View Post
    I have several from the last few days brown and black how do you submit photos on here
    Easiest way is to scroll down to the "Additional Options" panel on the Reply page (below the text box you're typing in). Click the button called "Manage Attachments" and it will pop up a window. If the picture is on your computer, use the browse button to find it, then upload it. Once it is uploaded, just close the pop up and you should see that you have an attachment listed in that Attach Files area.
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    Looking into getting a trail cam. wondering what must of you have.
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    Mines a Moultrie 200. It's set on the lowest resolution in those photos.

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    this is a black that hit tuesday nite and a brown cub.
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    brown sow and blackie
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    Default Game Cams

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    Looking into getting a trail cam. wondering what must of you have.

    I found this website a while back that does a pretty good job of reviewing the most the popular game cams on the market. They also have pictures of game animals taken at differents times. Check it out.

    http://www.whitetaildeer-management-...a-reviews.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by geoff156 View Post
    brown sow and blackie

    Dude the image is a little blurry but if that large brown blur on the left of the barrel is a brownie thats a big SOB'n sow. Look how much taller the back is than the barrel and opposed to the other pic of the smaller brown.

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    Yeah I think the bear is actually closer to the camera than the barrel making it apear to be much bigger than the barrel behind it. I think shes eating on a pile of dog food thats to the right of the barrel. It is also a 30 gallon drum not 50. Either way she is huge. Had a large brown boar come in on me last nite pretty spooky.

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    thats what i was thinkin. that booger is big... the barrel looks like soda can...

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    solo boar on other station
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alaska Gray View Post
    Looking into getting a trail cam. wondering what must of you have.
    I like the removable memory cards. I have a stealth cam ( http://www.stealthcam.net/home_pg.html?onEnterFrame= ) and it uses a compact flash memory card. I bought an extra, so I just swap them out when I go to the field and I can check the photos on the computer when i get home. It also has a USB port, so if I was willing, I could bring a laptop to the field with me and plug it in and see right then, but I am patient enough to get home. It takes a lot of batteries, but they last all season too, so cant really complain. It has good range and good pictures. I've gotten pics of moose, squirrels, martens, ravens, and me, so I guess the motion detector works pretty good. Those are the issues that matter to me. removable memory, good quality picture, good sensitivity, and good battery life.
    good luck on your choice, theres some good cams out there.
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