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Kansas Whitetail Buck, and Bushnell Trophy Cam

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by allank, Oct 3, 2010.

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  1. allank

    allank Member

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    I finally got a chance to try out my new Bushnell Trophy Cam. This is the 2010 year model with the color LCD screen (#119455C), and is my first ever trail camera. In one week it took pictures of three bucks (one pretty young) and at least 2 pairs of does/fawns. I'm going to keep moving it around this month to see what is going on around the property. Looks like a good hunting season ahead!
     

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  2. jbkebert

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    It's that time again isn't it. Good luck this year sir you pulled it together with a nice buck last season. That bad boy would make a real nice mount.
     
  3. Roughneck08

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    Those corn fed deer sure put our Texas deer to shame on mass and weight! Good luck this year.
     
  4. Captcurt

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    Two days into the season.

    Just put out my first cam too. In one week I had 245 pics with 5 different bucks. One is a 16" in 10 point with about 10" G2"s.:D Then I moved the cam to a large scrape. The first night it had a little spike come visiting. It will be interesting to see what else shows up.

    I spent the last two days in a tree and had one 4 point at 25 yards. We have a 3 point rule here in Arkansas and I couldn't put an brow tine on him for the life of me.:cuss::banghead:
     
  5. allank

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    Thanks guys. Good luck to you too.
     
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