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Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Washington County PA
In addition to matching the color of tree bark one can limit their locations of set up to be in hot spots and off the beaten trails.
In mature forest and when the leaves are gone from the trees I can often spot the cam tree strap fasters from over a hundred yards away. I see some where people use flagging leading to their T cams and stands.....Raising them above normal eye level can also help.
I have have had a cam on the same deer trail for 5 years plus, but it is well hidden from a normal foot trail; however, every year just before archery and during archery the cam will pick up several picture of hunters using a foot trail in the back ground, but to date no one has walked up to the cam or given it a glance in spite of that location being one of my best source of bigger bucks in the area....
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