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The Rut Tracker: Trail Cam Photos of Recent Rut Behavior

The Rut Tracker: Trail Cam Photos of Recent Rut Behavior

Check out these trail camera photos from last week and see how our whitetail expert Neil Dougherty took this love-struck buck.
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from John Toeppen wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

Remote wildlife cameras seem like a lot of fun. The equipment is pretty basic so far in that the resolution is very low, and that one can't point the cameras at the subject, and automatic tracking is not there at all yet. Modern surveillance systems are probably ideal for these applications.

Hunting great footage has a year around open season. National parks and game reserves are open to photographers. Like catch and release, the population is minimally impacted, and greater overall activity is supported.

There are now some very nice motorized telescopes that accept cameras. Other systems, like at GigaPan.com , are used to shoot very large images. These systems can be great fun for outdoor people that might otherwise not be able to hunt.

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from huntfishtrap wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

Good article Craig, and congrats to Neil on a heck of a trophy.

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from Rasheed Khan wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

the third deer is watching the porn

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from Rasheed Khan wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

shoot them Bastards..................

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from captjim wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

We need another caption contest for this one.

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from Rasheed Khan wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

the third deer is watching the porn

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from captjim wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

We need another caption contest for this one.

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from Rasheed Khan wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

shoot them Bastards..................

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from huntfishtrap wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

Good article Craig, and congrats to Neil on a heck of a trophy.

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from John Toeppen wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

Remote wildlife cameras seem like a lot of fun. The equipment is pretty basic so far in that the resolution is very low, and that one can't point the cameras at the subject, and automatic tracking is not there at all yet. Modern surveillance systems are probably ideal for these applications.

Hunting great footage has a year around open season. National parks and game reserves are open to photographers. Like catch and release, the population is minimally impacted, and greater overall activity is supported.

There are now some very nice motorized telescopes that accept cameras. Other systems, like at GigaPan.com , are used to shoot very large images. These systems can be great fun for outdoor people that might otherwise not be able to hunt.

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