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Friends and Trail Cameras!

by Todd Graf 9. December 2008 15:09
Todd Graf

I'm not sure how this happens or what gets into my buddies when I ask them to change out my trail camera memory cards and batteries but I sure get a kick out of the photos. The first set of photos are great - you will see the classic photos of us sneaking into our stands and whether its before or after the bucks always seem to come by:

 
Here is Justin leaving he stand - and of course he did not see any bucks on this evening hunt.

 
And of course later that night here comes a nice buck right up the same trail Justin just walked out.

 
Here I am walking to my stand for a morning hunt.

 
And this buck wanted to find out what was going on just 3 minutes later!

 
Here I am a few days earlier sneaking in for another morning hunt...

 
And here goes a nice buck sneaking out, only 1/2 hour later!

Of course I save the best for last!

I am embrassed to say Horseshoe hunts with me when you look at him in this photo, actually now that I think about it he always runs with his arms like this.

 
I wish he (Justin) was a little older of a buck because I would have taken him for sure.

 
What fun would it be to have a post without a trespasser! Hours after it snows and this guy can't resist but to follow a set of deer tracks over several people's properties! Yes, I did call the police and they did visit him. It turns out after talking with serveral of my neighbors he thinks he owns the entire county. I hope he finally gets the drift after a visit from the boys in blue!

I did not want to end on a negative note so here is a nice buck that I hope made it though the gun seaon as he will be incredible next year!

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