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    best viewed in HD
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    Been a remote owner of this place for the last 17 years - had a few trail cams around and this one looking at this gate for the last six years - often see rabbits, roosters, meter readers and us coming and going - never thought I would see three little pigs! - but I did see some rooting up on the bush line a few months back - so I guess it was these wee fellas

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    They look delicious
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    Smart pigs hanging out next to the No Hunting sign!

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    This one is for upnorth uplander

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    And these guys hung around the camera for a good few hours

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    That'll make him feel right at home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefoot View Post
    This one is for upnorth uplander

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    And these guys hung around the camera for a good few hours

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    got beaten by a pheasant a few times in that area last season
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    That'll make him feel right at home.
    state the obvious @Rushy , considering I live in the forest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barefoot View Post
    This one is for upnorth uplander

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    And these guys hung around the camera for a good few hours

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    First go at putting a trail cam up, managed to get plenty of deer pics, just spikers does and fawns tho
    Pretty stoaked tho
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    @stuart I find getting photos of a mum and a couple of fawns playing round is more satisfying than a monster head.... Gives you more if an understanding of the animals
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    just 30m above our house - wife went up and got a pic on her phone - but just the Hinds arse vanishing into the gorse/scrub

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    Quote Originally Posted by 223nut View Post
    @stuart I find getting photos of a mum and a couple of fawns playing round is more satisfying than a monster head.... Gives you more if an understanding of the animals
    Yea I’m just happy to have so many good photos on my first try putting one out, I plan on getting another camera to put in another area where I have seen bucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuart View Post
    Yea I’m just happy to have so many good photos on my first try putting one out, I plan on getting another camera to put in another area where I have seen bucks
    What Model Moultrie are you using ??
    I still have some Browning's that I will sell for 100 each - including an 8Gid SD card and shipping.
    They are good - but the Moultrie (I have 1) is a bit better - but not a lot
    The Browning's are real good on batteries - like I have had up to 8 months on Lithium Iron AA (and the oly take 6 not 8 like most Moultrie's)

    Good fun ah
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    Breeding stock in form

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