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Old 07-12-2009, 01:24 PM
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Me and my friend went out scouting for deer last night for the first time. I saw two bucks, one being a very nice one and one being a smaller one. I saw a set of twins and 4 single fawns and about 25 does.
When we were first walking out I saw two deer entering the field we were in so we got next to the fence and saw a fawn and a mother. The fawn walked right in front of my trail camera.

I had a great time watching the deer.

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The small buck. We were walking to a new spot when we spotted him in the field. There was some tall grass between us and him so we slowly walked up the hill and got into our spot but he still spooked. We got like 20 yards from him though. No need for the binos on that one.


He had his girlfriend with him too. Hes the one on the left

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and there he goes...



This is a mother and the fawn is next to her. You can't see the fawn in the picture.

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Some does.





The fawn on my trail camera.

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Old 07-12-2009, 01:43 PM
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Very cool pictures!
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The trail camera picture is awesome!
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Old 07-12-2009, 01:51 PM
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Thanks.

The trailcamera's picture quality isn't bad. Its my digital camera. It seems to take bad pictures when it starts getting dark.
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Pope,
The digital noise that you are seeing when it gets dark is the ISO setting is to high. Try and set the ISO to a lower setting if you digital camera allows you to.. might help a bit......................................Chris
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I really like that bottom pic of the fawn with the sun hitten it and nice deer to!
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Very addicting isn't it. I loved sitting in the truck, the radio on low and the spotting scope out the window. Nice pics too.
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Cool pics.
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