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    Re: Trail cam

    I'd do it and a lots less than the big dollar ones.
    viewing screen works to view and delete.
    I had mine on and got 8000+ pics in about a week, viewing pics and a small rodent was up off the ground in a russian olive and camera was catching is movements every few seconds or faster. set the delay between shots at 10 seconds or so and turn down the trigger about 1/2 way.
    Coyotes, horses, mountain lion, jackrabbits, your own dogs

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    Re: Trail cam

    According to the link I posted above.....

    #10...Best bang for your buck is this trail cam. I have no experience with this trail cam.

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XQMBZ65/?creativeASIN=B06XQMBZ65&linkCode=w61&imprToken=.C DTO2Lmx5LhgnP3sZYjyg&slotNum=18&tag=soutdorrs1-20



    Pros


    • Good Resolution
    • Amazing Range
    • Very Vast Trigger Speed
    • Great Battery Life
    • Great Value



    Cons


    • None


    Catch ya later ... hooks

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    Re: Trail cam

    Right now I am looking for two requirements. Best bang for buck and KISS operation.
    You can’t fix stupid, no matter how much duct tape you use!
    Doing the best I can with what's left.

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    Re: Trail cam

    How much do you want to spend? The set up on some of these is difficult and have monthly fees.

    https://www.soutdoors.com/best-trail-camera/

    Fast trigger speed is good. Video is good. How often do you want to check the camera for pictures?




    Last edited by hooks; 05-12-2019 at 07:34 AM.
    Catch ya later ... hooks

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    Re: Trail cam

    I hope you are able to catch the varmint that is creating the problem. Hope you are successful with the results...….Jetspray
    2003 Alumaweld, 19'6", Chevy vortec V-6, SD-309 american turbine jet, T-8 Yamaha kicker, waiting for the tackle fairy to show up to fill my boxes

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    Trail cam

    I have decided I need one. Last week some critter chewed on my live stock. One yearling had ear damage . Another future bull needed to be castrated. I think it is time I see what is going thru my fields and when.
    I don't know much about them so all input is appreciated.
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