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  1. Picked this guy up from the taxidermist recently. I think he did a good job.
    15 points
  2. https://youtu.be/1ZUdbRiHoLQ This past deer season I was blessed to take this buck in 3A of NY. Not many bucks in that particular area but we managed to find a nice one. Thanks for watching!
    9 points
  3. https://youtu.be/Z6flgan1xsk This is a collection of 1 years worth of trail camera videos from our property in the Southern Adirondacks. Almost got every critter at one time or another. Thanks for watching!
    8 points
  4. I'm at 6 sheds and two deadhead bucks. Picked up one side off a buck that I was looking for friday afternoon. Turns out it was last year's antler from him but was in perfect shape other than some bleaching which is incredible in itself. Ended up taping 68.5" making it my second biggest typical shed to date. I'm hoping to find his new antlers in the upcoming weeks.
    7 points
  5. Well , I finally got around to making this set after putting it off for nearly 3 years. It's still a hot otter toilet and I had confidence in it. After the 3rd day , I walked up to a sprung trap. Upon inspection it appeared the otter slid over the top of the trap causing it to fire. So this time I re-set the trap and moved it a couple of inches to one side. I figured I might have to wait a while for him to return as they travel a large circuit. On the eighth day I walked up to the set and noticed the trap was gone. I saw my pan cover (wax paper) floating near the shore so I knew I had him. The only problem was that he tangled himself up in some branches that made it harder to pull him out. I didn't bother weighing him but he's a medium male otter.
    5 points
  6. There's no need to buy buck lure every year......this worked just fine. Disregard the date and time.
    5 points
  7. Taken this season by a hunter about a 1 mile from my brother in laws place outside of Emporium, PA. Sorry for the small photo, can't seem to enlarge it.
    5 points
  8. I was out grabbing a trail camera this afternoon and bumped a young buck from his bed. It was a perfect setup for him with regards to cover and topography. Being my first year “scouting”, it was neat to finally see a bed in person setup just like they talk about on all the youtube videos. The bed itself was under a patch of pines, which with the current stormy weather helps block the wind. To his back uphill was a blowdown that hid him pretty good. In front of him he was overlooking a drop off and below him to his left was a small stream. My trail camera had been up since April and I didnt hunt in there this season. I dont think anyone did. There is a nice doe group and a couple 6-8 points that walked by my camera during daylight hours in season. As well a pretty good size black bear. I am gonna do another scouting trip in a month or two when the snow subsides (burned about a 1000 calories hiking 2.6 miles according to my watch!) And hopefully locate a few more beds and then hunt it in the fall. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    4 points
  9. I saw this on another site ......a coyote with 2 noses. I bet he could smell a trap a mile away. LOL
    3 points
  10. Gotta change the batteries in the Cuddeback cameras . Cameras 2 & 3 are totally dead . It's really great to get pictures sent from 50 miles away .
    3 points
  11. Today was our 3rd and final day of our 3 day hunt. It was another 11 bird day. We had a great time. Now it's time to clean all them birds. Last pic was total take minus 6 birds that are being mounted.
    3 points
  12. Everything is recyclable. Soylent green. Robby
    2 points
  13. Sold ! Thanks Shawn it was a pleasure to meet you. Sent from my moto g power using Tapatalk
    2 points
  14. We were all using 12 gauge guns with #2 shot. We all had long range Carlson's choke tubes. Average shot distance was 30-35 yds.
    2 points
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