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Its a good sized 8.


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That’s really nice…doesn’t get much more symmetrical then that. Where is this from?

Cochecton (3H)


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burmjohn,

Just curious due to all the pics and your work on the property (and I'm sure you already put this out there) but what do you have? how many acres, type of land etc....

Paul

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Nice pics! You know for the price of those Reconyx cameras though they it doesn't seem like they really take a high quality pic... why do they get so much money for them? Do you like yours?

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Nice pics! You know for the price of those Reconyx cameras though they it doesn't seem like they really take a high quality pic... why do they get so much money for them? Do you like yours?

That one is actually my fathers, and it was our first camera, no idea why he bought that thing, I'm not a big fan of it especially for the price! The pics out of my $140 8MP Trophy cam beat it in my opinion, the only thing the renonyx has is a better motion sensor and a few more options with the quantity of pictures it will take over a given time.


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burmjohn,

Just curious due to all the pics and your work on the property (and I'm sure you already put this out there) but what do you have? how many acres, type of land etc....

Paul

Paul its about ~100 acres. It's all wooded, the first 1/4 of the property is fairly steep (I call the the mountain side), then it levels off (sort of). We put in those two small 1 acre plots. There is a Mix of tree's on the property, some pine, oak etc. The back part of the property we have yet to get any trails to, and holds some really nice deer bedding area's. There is some water on the property, a spring, that flows down the "mountain side".


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