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    Hunting and more hunting, oh, and trailcams. just love to be in the mountains no matter what I'm doing there, metal detecting for nuggets, scouting, hunting, fishing, I could go on forever.<br />I hate politics cause it just pisses me off so I try to stay off the subject.....<br />
 
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  1. Nice pics and nice buck. Thats cool seeing the before and after shots..
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    What You See, is NOT always what you get!

    The same as the bug jacket so I may end up wearing them over my pants. Pretty crazy, would have never thought those clothes would look like that.. dont know for sure if it would have an effect on what the deer see but Im sure thinkin it more than likely does.
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    What You See, is NOT always what you get!

    Just a note to consider. The jacket I'm wearing in pic 1 in the first comment of this topic is a Camo netting bug jacket with hood, light weight no liner, basically a see thru with fake leaves attached along the arms and body - washed/clean w/UV killer - Pant and Jacket set price 26.99 (walmart)
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    What You See, is NOT always what you get!

    Test 2 Realtree Pro Series w/ Sherpa Fleece liner reversible, windproof, waterproof - Washed/cleaned w/UV Killer, unbagged for test - Jacket Price 139.99 Will check my other pants and shirts tomorrow for more tests. Will post day pics of the jackets for comparison.
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    What You See, is NOT always what you get!

    Test 1 Whitewater Strategic Hunting Apparel - Realtree - washed/cleaned w/UV killer un bagged for test - Jacket price 159.00 Pants are camo pj bottoms.. lol (happened to catch the lightning behind me)
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    What You See, is NOT always what you get!

    Yep, been using it for years. I think its made/mfg'ed by sno seal. All my hunt clothes are washed at the same time after a clean rinse of the washer, then sealed in bags until I use them on the morning of each hunt day. I probably spray my backpack at least 2 times a weekend at camp when up hunting. When I get some time I'm going to grab every pair of camo pants, jackets and shirts I have and do an IR test with them in my backyard just to see how they look in a dawn/dusk situation. pretty crazy how bright they are in that vid..
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    What You See, is NOT always what you get!

    BINGO.... Those are some high dollar camo pants with cargo pockets, a mossy oak breakup camo by Columbia. That is like a walking flashlight in the darker woods or in a treestand. The backpack is a fieldline, it looks the same as the pants in IR video, just a big white bag hangin on my back along with my little thermo seat pad, like a big white flag flyin around behind me. Deer see in a brighter color spectrum especially in low light, yellows, greens, blues and lighter grays.. This has to stand out to them especially in the evening hours or darkened woods etc... Below is a pic of those same pants and backpack in regular daylight when I passed one of my trailcams the previous weekend...
  8. I figured I'd just post this here as it is sort of an off cam subject but applies to hunting in general. The other day I was going thru vids and pics from the last weekend of archery season (sept 7th and 8th) and it wasnt until my wife pointed something out to me that I had not even noticed or payed attention to. Below you will see a screen shot of a video from a cam I always keep under the front of my truck in my camp. I do that just for sake of some idiot rolling in and thieving anything, that way I can at least get a plate number. Anyway to make a long story short, look at the screen shot below and see if you notice what my wife noticed right off. It took a vid of me as I was limpin my way back in to camp. This should bring up a good conversation and maybe some knowledge as to why and maybe a solution in someones ideas to fix it.
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    Missing Members?

    Nice, good to hear he is doing good. Miss him around here, great mind when it came to boards and cam hacks..
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    The Running Log

    Ah ok cool... 😉
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    The Running Log

    Cool variety of wildlife.. Woody, What cam/boards are you using? Or is it commercial setup?
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    Who’s still open?

    Hey gyp, Long time no see... Gary at snapshot sniper is still goin with multiple boards including the bf outdoors bigfoot boards and Ralph at RCDavis game cam solutions sells stuff on his site too. I think firemanjim is still selling boards but I dont think he has a store anymore. http://www.snapshotsniper.com http://rcdavisgamecamerasolutions.weebly.com/ Glad to see ya back.....😉
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    Troubleshoot LCD board

    Ok, good, so we know the PIRs are new. Lets go to the next step. Have you tested the camera hack wires manually by touching them to see if it powers on and shutters with the hack wires? If yes, lets go to next step. Gary asked if it works in walktest, if it does, will the cam power on at all after walktest is over? If it powers up but wont shutter, maybe it could be a timing issue with the cam not working in the build but works out side of the build. Is the timing set correctly in the menu? If I remember right, it will act as though the pir isnt working if the timing isnt set right in the menu so the cam wont fire. Not sure what the s600 speed is but maybe adjust that setting to a slower timing and see if it fires with motion.
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    Troubleshoot LCD board

    That may be something Gary can chime in on. I actually have a couple old ones that do the same but haven't ever tried to fix them yet. One will stay in walk test unless I turn it off in the settings but wont detect if walk test is off, the other wont detect motion after going in to stand by. Its possible the PIR's may be going bad, I might try to reflow the solder on the PIR's just to see if that may be the problem. I know on some older stuff that works some of the time.
  15. The old dead end road I camp on next to an old large pond. the road is just to the right from how the vid is facing. These little stinkers come around and walk across the road in front of my camp while I'm gone during the day..
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