Discussion in 'The Great Outdoors' started by AlienXtx, Jun 21, 2010.
What the heck!? They have no fear of lead.
Nope, to damn many of them. I don't need to worry about a shortage of meat during all this bs.
Good place to have a suppressed 300BO in the truck. Take out a few.
A drum fed 12-guage full of buck shot would be better.
Both of you are thinking small...
I would if I could. Just stick them where they cross threw the fence.
You need to be 6ft from that turkey
I have a friend who's grandmother is in her late 80's. She lives out in the stix in Pennsylvania.. anyhow she has gone on a Turkey hunt and shot a turkey for Thanksgiving every year for the past 65 years or so. Pretty cool.
He's just "hangin' in there"
Before I jump down the rabbit hole anyone got good personal experience with newer trail cameras? Looking at one now w/wifi & bluetooth Stealth Cam FLX Trail Camera - Bluetooth & WiFi Enabled.
I do not want any cellular/subscription based camera for multiple reasons - rather go low tech SD card only before I do that. I started by just looking for good SD based system with ok HD video & good pics when I ran across a wifi camera. Normally I'd not think wifi, but after pricing (2) 300' rolls of ground rated cat 5 cable + all the labor required trenching for a POE camera I'm looking into trail cams because they would also kick ass for camping trips & for when I get some land.
Never had good luck with expensive trail cameras. I've bought several $150+ cameras and they've all been absolute garbage. I buy as cheap as possible now and they seem to last just as long or longer than the high dollar ones. YMMV.
Thats the stuff I want to know for sure. Any specific brands that seem to hold up for you better than others or is it a total crap shoot?
BTW - thinking of housing them in "bird houses" to keep them on the DL so weather shouldn't be a huge issue
Primos and Wildgame Innovations are the two that we've had the most success with. Both in the $50-60 range at Academy.
Yes, we use spy point, we buy them on sale ~ $79 16mb to 32mb cameras, its not the cheapest and not the most expensive either, they are decent cameras, not best, and not the crappiest.
I have a link for external power plug that works with the cameras, but apparently Amazon change up the app, I can’t find my wish lists.
Yeah and Midway just has a big sale on trail cams, they had some of the Spypoints on there cheap.
3 weeks ago, oh well.
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