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  1. Coon duke-out

    Very nice sequence!
  2. p52 sss finished

    That's quite cool, unique and neat looking setup. Was wondering how you "hang" it. Hehe, lets see some pics. P52s used alot?
  3. fox pics on deer kill

    Those are some awesome pics! :cool: What's your cam setup? How did you hide it? Obviously IR helps, but I'd imagine they can still spot it, no?
  4. The hunt is on...

    Very cool pics! That one of the left definitely looks like he's gonna be huge next year! :cool:
  5. Cam Pics: Yotes, Foxes, Coon

    Thanks guys. No slave flash, just standard P41 with flash enhancer!
  6. picture storage

    I use smugmug, its not bad, nice little layout. If you sign up with them let me know, they offer affiliate bonus and discounts for both me and you I believe. Here is a breakdown of their offerings:
  7. Well, I set up that cam on the kill site I found, here are a few pics from the set. Majority of the kill is right under the cam and out of sight. My only options for hanging the set were to leave it there and hang the cam 2 feet from the kill, or drag the kill away into a more open area. I chose the prior, and'll see the results below! Coyote, spotted the cam and turned inside out...caught him mid turn around/haul ass mode. Cam was set on a 1.2 second delay, I set it down to 1 second, see if that 2/10ths helps out. I did brush up the cam, but its so close to the kill, they'll spot that 1060 like its flashing neon lights. Yotes have some awesome eyes. Can't believe he came in during broad daylight! Another/same yote at night, cruising by...again 1 second, might have had a good shot of him here centered rather than brush covered. Couple coons came in to check things out, only posting one of them, closest one but good head shot. A gray (?) fox decided to visit a few times...he wanted to come in, no really he did! I figure once they get hungry enough, they'll come in to try to drag the carcass away some...still waiting!
  8. Where was she in November?!?!
  9. Saskatchewan Coyotes

    Awesome pics and great bait idea! I found a semi recent kill around one of my sites, gonna set up a cam on it tomorrow, see if I can get some yote pics. I haven't gotten any all year!
  10. Here are a few trailcam pics from the last two weeks, as well as a couple manual shots. Most fox pictures I've ever had...they were very active in this area over the last two weeks, probably due to what I found today (picture below). Some bucks still carrying on the private piece, that wide 7 pointer made it which is good news and there is another high rack right behind him, looked like they were trailing the doe. Here is that wide 7, hopefully next year he'll tack on some tine length! That high rack behind him, darn tree. I moved the cam today, hopefully I'll get clearer shots now...of course they won't have their horns by the time I do! Another shot of a higher racked buck, might be the same one. Ton of fox pics, here are a few... Here is what I found today, prob why the foxes are running around so much. Probably a coyote kill, but I haven't had one yote on the cam this winter. Found it about 80 yards from my stand and where the cam is located. Also found this guy hanging around on the private piece, black snake? Came across this while scouting and shed hunting, nothing big but cool to find, made all that leg work worthwhile!
  11. Whats this

    dmach, you have any other pictures of the area you can post, night shots? Something to compare against...might be something else in the area and this is a waterspot or a bug. My first inclination was what someone else mentioned, a flashlight.
  12. Posing

    Man those are some dumbo ears right there! Great pics, nice and clear!
  13. My biggest Buck on Cam

    Man, I remember this pic and how you were hoping to see him sometime again. Big downer! Yeah I question about showing cam pics around in NJ, guys will come to where you hunt, follow you around, etc. I enjoy sharing them, but I understand the concern you can have when you do. I would say if they are hunting the same area, and it is small, yeah best off keeping them to yourself. I hunt public lands and they are somewhat big (14,000 acres or so), so unless someone wants to track me down it the woods, they have some property to cover. Best of luck next year, hopefully he passed on his genetics or his daddy is running around there!
  14. More Jan and Feb Pics

    Yeah I tried to angle the cam over a bit more to the left to get the bucks before they hit that darn tree! I also didn't see any buttons, looks like a doe...but either what the hell is it doing? Looks like it's trying to mount the other one, the way bucks put their nose on the doe's back. Both young ones, young and dumb!
  15. Coyotes

    Sweet set of yote pics! Yeah second one looks like a pup, first year yote. The pics are super clear, what's your setup?