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Melissa Bachman

Summertime Game Camera Tips


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This is also a great way to scout for those early season opening day hunts as a lot of these deer will still be in their summer patterns into September. So, to maximize your photos I’ve come up with a few helpful tips for early season scouting.  First, be aware of how high the weeds […]

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Grant Woods

Hit List Bucks by Grant Woods


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This is why one of the most important criterion for bucks to be on my hit list is if they are active during at least a portion of the daylight hours. If the vast majority of my trail camera pictures of a mature buck are at night, I won’t spend much time specifically hunting for […]

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Melissa Bachman

What Trail Camera is Best for Your Setup? IR, Flash, or Black Flash?


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Each of these has their own benefits, but the most important part is understanding what would be best for your property and scouting techniques. First, the flash camera is the one most of us start with. You will get the highest quality color images both day and night. If having color photos is important to […]

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Melissa Bachman

Trail Cameras as Scouting Tools


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Scouting can be one of the most powerful tools in your arsenal as a whitetail hunter – especially during early season. Many bucks will continue with their summer feeding patterns, however unless you’re available to watch the fields and spend hours scouting, it can still be difficult to figure out the exact trails they’re using. […]

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