Wireless Trail Cams

barretwm

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I’ve seen a few either with ATT or Verizon data packages, are they worth it? I am in the market for some cameras just don’t know whether to go low end because someone is probably going to steal it or invest some money into it, thoughts?
 

longbowhunter2

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I’ve seen a few either with ATT or Verizon data packages, are they worth it? I am in the market for some cameras just don’t know whether to go low end because someone is probably going to steal it or invest some money into it, thoughts?
If private property go for it, not public land. It could get stolen. And not necessarily hunters.
 

Herson

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I have a MoultrieMobile running AT&T. I think it’s worth it. Bought it in CA but in NM cellular trail cams are not allowed. (Willing to sell)

I usually hang cameras in pretty remote places and I’ve never had anyone take them or damage them.


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Hunter527

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I’ve seen a few either with ATT or Verizon data packages, are they worth it? I am in the market for some cameras just don’t know whether to go low end because someone is probably going to steal it or invest some money into it, thoughts?
If you are putting up your cams in an area where people might see it, use a bear box or a python lock or both. I used both on one of my cams one year and got some photos of people looking at it, but no one took it. They probably would have taken it if it was just strapped on to the tree. Once I found out people hiked in the area, I took it down. I would definitely avoid spots that have trails close by.
 

kabose1

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Used them for years and they are fun but I had 2 stolen this year. Both where locked down to tree so someone made effort to cut cable and remove.
 

AndrewSD

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I used this one in the dessert the previous year: Spypoint Link Micro Trail Camera
I left it for 3 weeks in the area with good AT&T signal. If you set all options properly it catches every valid movement and gives pretty good pictures.
 

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