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Stressless "Why do both Picture and Video captures ?" -> 153" Droptine harvest ... and more!

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I'll post up my most interesting and "quality" pics and vids from the farm past and present (only if they are worthy). Like this and you'll get notified as I get to them.

Doing a combo on your trailcams smokes batteries quicker - but as this little gem of a capture below indicates, it is worth it - if you plan right and are very lucky!!
153" droptine harvest off a trailcam, from the farm 2016 - Best and only Droptine buck taken. Only have pics of one other and was a beaut - double droptine same year.

Enjoy the great capture - and yes you can see the arrow in flight. This Trailcam maker, USATRAILCAMS, made a great product but it didn't hold up and they went under. Some of my best captures were with these cams. I'm now a huge Browning Dark Ops fan. Great Videos!

 

giles

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Damn, how high up in the tree are you from the field? Looked like a crazy steep angle and almost impossible if something walks the edge close to you.
 
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Letting a beaver do the work of "early successional habitat" .. but he's gnawing on my oak poles so prolly goona smoke him in late Jan. Hung a trail camera on it this spring and again late winter. Such a great highway/chokepoint! I call this area Beaver Bottom.

Perspective for the beaver dam, 6'-7' deep, 145' long, .6 acres - bass and bluegill with lots of Woodies. They created a $20,000 pond for free.

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Blue Heron - "walks like an Egyptian ... lol"

Woodies of Beaver Bottom shaking a tail feather.


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