trail cams

MattS

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I want to buy a few, can you guys help me out as far as recomendations? or tips. I am not rich so of course I am looking for a lower priced cam that still works good. As for tips I dont mean deer tips, I mean how have you guys kept them from getting stolen?
Thanks
Matt
 

invisible man

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I set the trail cam on a good trail and then I set another one up high looking down on the first one.And if someone takes it I print his pic from cam #2 and show them around and hang them in all the gun and bow shops in town til someone IDs his sorry ass then I find out where he lives and then I go to his house and throw a brick with the owners manual attached to it through his f_ _ _ing windshield.I mean what good is a trail cam without the manual?
 

Lungpopper

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Invisible man said:
I set the trail cam on a good trail and then I set another one up high looking down on the first one.And if someone takes it I print his pic from cam #2 and show them around and hang them in all the gun and bow shops in town til someone IDs his sorry ass then I find out where he lives and then I go to his house and throw a brick with the owners manual attached to it through his f_ _ _ing windshield.I mean what good is a trail cam without the manual?
Funny shit right there ha
 

teachanother

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Invisible man said:
I set the trail cam on a good trail and then I set another one up high looking down on the first one.And if someone takes it I print his pic from cam #2 and show them around and hang them in all the gun and bow shops in town til someone IDs his sorry ass then I find out where he lives and then I go to his house and throw a brick with the owners manual attached to it through his f_ _ _ing windshield.I mean what good is a trail cam without the manual?
Invisible man,

Now I know how you got your name. Great commentary that expresses how many of us feel.

You nailed it.
 

Ghosthunter

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Matt, I have had several cameras stolen which sucks but to me the Stealth Cams you can get for $89.00 at Bass Pro or Sportsman Warehouse are by far the easiest and take great pictures. You can buy two SD cards and switch them out weekly so you have one to download on your computer or see them on your camera. The Wildlife Resources cameras which are priced right just don’t do the work. Good Hunting
 

NBK

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I like the invisible man - a lot! He is my kinda' guy. That is just common sense. Who would even try operating a trail cam without the manual? :D :D :D
 

BuckHunter

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Invisible man said:
I set the trail cam on a good trail and then I set another one up high looking down on the first one.And if someone takes it I print his pic from cam #2 and show them around and hang them in all the gun and bow shops in town til someone IDs his sorry ass then I find out where he lives and then I go to his house and throw a brick with the owners manual attached to it through his f_ _ _ing windshield.I mean what good is a trail cam without the manual?
Nice........... Now I know what to do with all those extra manuals I have.
 

oneazbowhunter

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i like that approach invisible man..Moultry game spy is another xlnt and inexpensive camera. we use the game spy L-50..they are 79 bucks and go on sale quite a bit for 69 at Cabelas
 

TopBuck

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Invisible man said:
I set the trail cam on a good trail and then I set another one up high looking down on the first one.And if someone takes it I print his pic from cam #2 and show them around and hang them in all the gun and bow shops in town til someone IDs his sorry ass then I find out where he lives and then I go to his house and throw a brick with the owners manual attached to it through his f_ _ _ing windshield.I mean what good is a trail cam without the manual?
That's hilarious D.L. Unfortunately with todays tech. you can download them off the manufactures website.
 

toad

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chasingame.com has good game cam forums and good reviews of game cams.
 

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