Outdoor Life: How to Pattern Bucks During the Rut

January 26, 2015

“They say it can’t be done. I do not agree. When the rut arrives, chaos ensues, deer run wild, and any attempt at patterning a buck is futile. At least that’s what we’ve been told over the years,” says Outdoor Life author, Mark Kenyon. “But recent research has shown that this commonly held belief seems to be nothing more than a myth.” According to the Quality Deer Management Association, “During the fall, these bucks (that were collared) spent less time just randomly walking around, and instead every 20-28 hours would revisit 2 to 5 focal points within their home range.” That means bucks don’t wander aimlessly during the rut... Read More

Trail Camera Reviews for Moultrie A5

January 19, 2015

“Moultrie is competing at the top of ‘bottom off the line’ with this one!  You really can’t find a new game camera cheaper than this. It offers a 5 MP picture resolution as well as the ability to capture either day or night video. Setting it up is pretty straightforward.  I didn’t even need to open the manual. It makes scouting easier and affordable to set up over your entire property.  It takes still images and video in both day and night. Overall I think it gives you a great value and really can’t be beat in its price range!”...  Read More

Outdoor Life: Don't Let a Big-Buck Photo Psych You Out

January 12, 2015

“It's the first time this buck has shown up on a trail camera and he's the biggest buck we have photographed so far this year. If I'm lucky enough to shoot him, he'll be the biggest buck I've ever killed … by a lot. So, for the next week and a half I'm making it my mission to not let this buck picture psych me out... Read More

Bowsite.com Reviews Moutrie Panorama 150

January 5, 2015

This review explains how the Moultrie Panorama 150 diverges from the traditional trail camera. The article reads: “All other models require that you point the sensor in a static direction.  From there you basically hope the target passes inside of that narrow angle and trips the sensor. As we all know, animals rarely follow a script and that is where this trail cam got my attention.”  The reviewer lauds the camera for covering a wide angle of 122 degrees, saying, “This gives you incredible latitude for covering trails and areas where travel routes may vary... Read More

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