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Old 01-20-2008, 08:15 AM
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I usually bring ours in in March and put them back out in June.
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Old 01-20-2008, 09:45 AM
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I usually take them down toward the end of December and put them back out in May.
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Old 01-20-2008, 01:51 PM
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I leave them out all year. I move them around to check out different locations during the year.
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I am going to run them until about March if it warms up a bit. Then out put them back out the end of June or first of July.
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Old 04-19-2008, 11:59 AM
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I leave mine up all year. I've gotten pictures of bucks I never saw during the season, bucks with their horns dropped , LOTs of turkeys, especailly right now, with the toms strutting ( 4 in one picture several times ), coyotes, bobcat, gray fox, hogs, and even a couple of tresspassers.
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I always try and get new shots so year round for me. Last week I was out looking for sheds and found a fresh cougar kill back home to get the camera. I got 34 photos of cat on kill. 1 good pict was the cat cleaning his paws.
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Wish i could afford one. I would put it right in my front yard. Every morning I scare the milk-duds out of about 4 or 5 mulies as I open the garage door.

Love to get a look at them before they fertilize my petunias.
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early July......then i take them down just a couple of weeks before season opens....
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Wish i could afford one. I would put it right in my front yard. Every morning I scare the milk-duds out of about 4 or 5 mulies as I open the garage door.

Love to get a look at them before they fertilize my petunias.
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Old 04-20-2008, 09:53 AM
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I always try and get new shots so year round for me. Last week I was out looking for sheds and found a fresh cougar kill back home to get the camera. I got 34 photos of cat on kill. 1 good pict was the cat cleaning his paws.

can post a few picks?I would like to see that.


I will put mine out in april when we put out our baits and then use them right through till oct with deer and elk.
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