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This Guy Is 100% Nocturnal

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Been hunting with a muzzle loader since the season for muzzle loaders started. Got 2 bucks coming to the apples. One is a spike horn and this guy. Have had the spike out many times during legal shooting times, but cant get the bigger one out. He is the best buck coming to the bait and I would take him. Any suggestions on how I can get him out before pitch dark ??

 

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Our bucks play that game until the rut is in full swing. Some of them throw caution to the wind then.

Bill

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Nice! Are these from your dual setup using the d shot cameras?

 

Those were from a single D shot camera unit that was converted to IR by Chris (212), sure miss him on here. But is the same cameras as in my dual units. I really like the IR pictures that the converted d shots give. Great clarity and the deers eyes dont look like headlights, even though I am using a built in slave flash. The cameras are only 1.3 megapixtals

 

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Wonder what would happen if you feed only in the morning and just enough so it's gone by dark?

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Nice! Are these from your dual setup using the d shot cameras?

 

Those were from a single D shot camera unit that was converted to IR by Chris (212), sure miss him on here. But is the same cameras as in my dual units. I really like the IR pictures that the converted d shots give. Great clarity and the deers eyes dont look like headlights, even though I am using a built in slave flash. The cameras are only 1.3 megapixtals

Yes sir some of the best ir pictures I have seen!!

Chris is missed by many as he is a great person!!

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Wonder what would happen if you feed only in the morning and just enough so it's gone by dark?

 

Been thinking that way too Goot, thinking about a feeder that only feeds small amounts at daylight and maybe they would come out before dark or show up earlier or miss out.

 

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I'm trying that idea with a feeder. 10 seconds run time first and last light. That way they will (hopefully) show up to beat the turkeys and tree rats.

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