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game cameras, trail cameras, etc

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Talk to a Neighbor, Get a Phone #

 

Hey, How's everything going? Family doing well? oh BTW How's that Bulk head coming along?

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36 mins ago, Sandflee said:

Talk to a Neighbor, Get a Phone #

 

Hey, How's everything going? Family doing well? oh BTW How's that Bulk head coming along?

You should read more.

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1 min ago, mybeach said:

You should read more.

you should learn how game/trail cameras function :)

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8 mins ago, Ditchbag said:

I didn't read the hole thread, would something like this work

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Did you miss the part about no power and no wifi available?  :headscratch:

 

Maybe his neighbor will let him install it at his house and point it at McBastard's property.

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Just now, Eagles Dare said:

 

Did you miss the part about no power and no wifi available?  :headscratch:

 

Maybe his neighbor will let him install it at his house and point it at McBastard's property.

It's solar powered, and yes put it at the neighbors and tell him he can have it when the work is done.

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12 hours ago, mybeach said:

Looking for a game camera for a remote location with no wifi or power. 

 

The cellular ones look like the ticket. 

 

Need one with rechargeable batteries and a solar panel.

 

You guys must have some good once mounted out there. 

 

Which ones should I be considering?

 

11 hours ago, mybeach said:

It will be high in a tree on my property. Neighbors also have an eye on the place…

Mount your trail cam like this. Just standing on a bucket gets it Out of eye line and outta reach.

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4 hours ago, R.R. Bridge Fisher said:

 

Mount your trail cam like this. Just standing on a bucket gets it Out of eye line and outta reach.

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I made the exact same mount for mine. 
I use the climbing sticks and mobile hang on stand, so when I’d go to hang the cam i’d bring 1 climbing stick and hang it about 8-10’ up angled down. Definitely the best way to set it up.  
I think I have the same cam to. Spypoint micro?  I know a couple other hunters who swear by that cam… mine has been nothing but problems to the point where I don’t even use it anymore. 

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4 hours ago, 1amson said:

I made the exact same mount for mine. 
I use the climbing sticks and mobile hang on stand, so when I’d go to hang the cam i’d bring 1 climbing stick and hang it about 8-10’ up angled down. Definitely the best way to set it up.  
I think I have the same cam to. Spypoint micro?  I know a couple other hunters who swear by that cam… mine has been nothing but problems to the point where I don’t even use it anymore. 

what problems?  Is it all areas? Service? 

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10 hours ago, R.R. Bridge Fisher said:

 

Mount your trail cam like this. Just standing on a bucket gets it Out of eye line and outta reach.

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Much harder to spot than a strap that goes completely around the tree,  :th:

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22 hours ago, mybeach said:

I want to keep an eye on the progress of 200’ of bulkhead and dock construction. 

You going vinyl or steel or wood?

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On 9/27/2022 at 7:21 AM, MitchellNJ said:

Game cameras are for people who can't hunt

I don't hunt, but this made me laugh. 

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3 mins ago, Niffty said:

I don't hunt, but this made me laugh. 

 

Don't let him kid you. Mitchell is the doodads king.

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