In episode #10 of The Wired To Hunt Podcast Dan and I are talking trail cameras and how to get the most out of them during the months leading up to hunting season. We’ll be covering the whys, hows, whats and whens of trail camera use in the preseason. So if you’re looking to learn more about how to use trailcams in your pursuit of mature whitetails, tune in!
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What You’ll Learn In This Episode:
– What goals Dan and I have for trail camera use during the summer months
– Why taking “inventory” of bucks during the summer is important
– What a “trail camera survey” is and why you should consider conducting one
– Where we place trail cameras during the summer
– How often we check our cameras in the off-season
– How many cameras we like to set up per property
– What we place in front of trail cameras during the summer to attract deer for pictures
– Our favorite trail camera brands
– How we organize our trail camera photos
– And much more!
Show Notes, Resources, Links:
– Here’s the link to the book I mentioned early in the podcast, “Deer Cameras” from the QDMA. I highly recommend this one!
– As mentioned in the podcast, my trail cameras of choice the past four years have been Bushnell Trophy Cams, here’s a link to more info on those
– Below are a few links to other helpful trail camera related articles I’ve written for Wired To Hunt
– Here’s the link to Dan’s recent article on his blog with more of his trail camera tips
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