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2008/06/22 09:02:47 (permalink)

Up Close

The deer sure are pretty this time of year..


"There is a pleasure in Angling that no one knows but the Angler himself". WB
 
 


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    woodnickle
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    RE: Up Close 2008/06/23 00:44:09 (permalink)
    Great pixs!

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    Maga2120
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    RE: Up Close 2008/06/23 22:58:17 (permalink)
    What kind of camra is that, im looking for a new one thats somewat on the cheaper side and that has good quality.
     
    Nice pictures thou.
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    RE: Up Close 2008/06/23 23:12:40 (permalink)
    nice!

    Better too far back, than too far forward.
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    RE: Up Close 2008/06/24 07:49:35 (permalink)
    The camera is a home built model. It has a Sony digital camera in it. Cost runs about $400. I also have 2 of the Moultrie Game Watchers($100 at China-Mart). Their quality of image isn't as good but they sure do make good scouting cameras.
     

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    Maga2120
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    RE: Up Close 2008/06/24 18:43:12 (permalink)
    i have a couple 100 dollar camras too and i have returned them several times because they would quit working after a day
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    RE: Up Close 2008/06/25 01:58:55 (permalink)
    Those may be the most crisp trail camera photos I've ever seen.  I like how you can see whiskers on the doe and the hair in the bucks ear really clearly, yet the background is very well focused too.
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    RE: Up Close 2008/06/25 13:30:01 (permalink)
    ...Working with a wing and fly rod with the dog last night when he suddenly went on point.  He was facing me and the wing wasn't on the ground yet, so I was slightly confused.  I turned around and there was a six point in the wife's flower bed 15 feet away.  I chased him away before the wife was able to throw something at him.  I am sure he will return...
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