In fact, I utilized this innovative technique to successfully pattern the daily habits and routines of a high-racked 9-pointer last year. My good friend Jarod Jackson of Illinois Ohio Valley Trophy Hunts and I had located a very unique buck with a crab-claw point shooting off of its main beam. We had captured several pictures of the buck feeding on the back corner of an isolated bean field after dark. With just one camera, there was no way of knowing what the tall-tined trophy was doing the rest of the day. So, we decided to study a topo map of the area to locate possible bedding locations, travel routes and staging points. Next, Jarod and I setup several cameras to cover all of these key locations. By opening day, we knew exactly every move the buck was making, which allowed me to connect with this unique trophy during my first evening in the stand.