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Old 09-13-2021, 11:42 AM
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Bull tag or is it an either sex tag?

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Old 09-13-2021, 11:46 AM
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Bull tag or is it an either sex tag?

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Bull only but those cows will bring in the bulls..
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Old 09-20-2021, 04:32 PM
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Okay this is much better than the cow. This smasher has some tall paddles for a Maine moose..

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Old 09-20-2021, 04:45 PM
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best of luck to you's
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what exactly isn;'t working on your trail camera?

I just lost 3 of them this summer, as they age, they start to get issue's is my experience with them
go from working great one day to, starting to skip pic's, or stop taking pictures
SOME times can get lucky with replacing with new batteries and a new never used SD card, and buy a little more use out of them
but for me, 2-3 yrs is all I get typically out of cheap camera's running 24-7 here, getting 700-1,000 pic's a week on them, then they start to just mess up and or die
some of my higher end camera;'s I some times get 4-6 yrs, but to be honest, due to having trespasser issue;'s and stolen camera's I don't buy many higher end camera's any more!
can just buy several cheaper one's for there price!

been running trail cam's since the late 90's, at one point I think I had like 50 of them going, at once between 5 properties!
buying batteries was costing me a fortune , as they didn;t last as long as batteries do these days in modern camera's

also, way cheaper to run digital cam's over them 35 mm and 1 hour developing HAHA< OH the amount of money I wasted on them things!~





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Old 09-20-2021, 05:28 PM
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I had issues with two of them shutting down and eating the batteries up in less than a week. So I bought a new camera and I used a card that I had in the other cameras. The new camera told me that the sd card was to big for it. So I changed all my cards and they are working again. The night time pictures from them are not that great. But I contributed that to our weather and moisture getting on the lens. I am not 100 percent sure as they are around 5 years old now.. But they are working again anyway and will be coming down in a couple of weeks as they will have served their purpose by then..

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