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Wow Wes you've got some nice lookin bucks there!

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Thank you, I was sure there were some nice ones lurking around but now I have an idea of when & where they are. I should have bought some of these cams last year! Amazing that all of these photos are what I've captured just in the last 6 days... :signs430gh:

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some very nice deer!! what brand of cam do you have? :653:

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Thanks everybody, can't wait for the season to open...

The one by the fence is nice all you need is a tree stand you got it made.
No tree stand, I'll be using my Double Bull Matrix 360 blind.
some very nice deer!! what brand of cam do you have? :653:
Both cams are Moultrie Game Watcher 4.0's.

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Looks like I got some better pics last night. It appears there's 4 different big bucks... One is a 4x5, one is a solid 3x3, one is a very tall 3x3 with a broken tine, and the other one is a small 4x4 (plus the little spikes & a forkie...). :653: I repositioned one of the cameras today so hopefully it will give me a better shot of the antlers. Enjoy!MDGC0010-1.jpgMDGC0079.jpgMDGC0055.jpgMDGC0024.jpg

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Moved the cam a little closer = better pics!MDGC0067-1.jpgMDGC0072.jpg

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Shoot-it you can watch the pictures on your TV without the USB cable. There is a cable for the TV in the box. Oh and it states you need to purchase the USB cable too. :rolleyes: Check the cables that go to any devices you run off of your computer. Check any printers, scanners or other devices connected to your computer for a USB cord that will work until you buy a new one. I had one from an old flatbed scanner I used. I had an old SD card reader too that I use to load maps to my GPS units as well. You might have one if you have a camera that uses SD memory cards.

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That's the same as me. I bought two 1gig cards, and just swap the cards out. Then put the card in the reader and don't have to worry about the USB cable.

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Same here, I use four 2gig cards between the two cameras and just swap them out (2gig is a little overkill though because even on the highest quality setting it can hold over 900 pictures). Then I bought a memory card to USB port adapter for about $8 courtesy of Wallyworld. It's VERY simple to use...And Thumper, I'm not telling!!! :)

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I found the tv wire last night thanks or the tip. I will look around for a usd maybe my printer will have one. Have you guys tried using the video on the game camera will it work at night.

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It says it will only work in the day because there is not enough light to film at night. I haven't tried it yet but I am going to check my cams tomorrow, maybe I'll set one up for video just to see how it turns out.

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very good photos there. Nice bucks...

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Thanks, I switched out my cards this morning and got some more pics.The usual 3x3 (he's on film every single night):d2b225f3.jpg7b803bdd.jpgThe 4x4 giving me the wrong end to look at!be7b876a.jpgAnd the little exhibitionist doe... :D6bd899d0.jpg

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Why would I want to do that? Only thing it would attract would be predators or buzzards. Predators would scare off the deer and I hate buzzards (toxic waste with feathers, IMO). I'm actually kind of surprised that I haven't seen anything other than deer on my cameras though. Figured I would have seen a fox, a raccoon, or something...

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Couple of spikes:0a9fa356.jpgAnd here's the video that Shoot-it was wondering about. I set my blind up yesterday and moved this cam over next to it. What you see from this cam is what I see out of my blind...th_ee0b7595.jpg

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