More exciting trail camera pictures

by Sep 25, 2015Trail Camera Views

More exciting trail camera pictures

It is like Christmas every time you check the cameras… will the same buck be around? are there new bucks? what about the coyote? how is the fawn? Then, you get a glimpse into the woodland word.

I am surprised that this little ones still has its spots but it is healthy! Look at that belly. We have quite a few pictures of this fawn with its mom.  It is the only baby around and I would love to get a chance to watch them while I am hunting.

Look how wide those spikes are! No brow tines on this guy.  When you zoom in on the second picture, this looks like a crotch horn. He has a decent body too, which would provide us with some excellent meat this winter.

I usually end up squealing when I see these pictures.  I can’t help it.  I have never shot a large deer like this.  Dad has not shot a large deer like this since I started hunting with him but we have seen them on the cameras. They are big for a reason and once the rut kicks in, we have found that they stay nocturnal.  Maybe this is our year!

2 Comments

  1. Very nice trail camera pictures of this big deer. Maybe you have a very good trail camera.

    • Thanks! We do love our Moultries.

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