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    Trail Cameras?

    I have one and have never used it since no need. Are they a good thing to have like to keep it around in case I find something I want to check? I never found a spot or really wanted to set one up. Should I keep it or should I sell it? I am thinking of selling it so I can start buying stuff for tuning bows? Thanks!
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    What is it, I'm interested,

    P.s. they are worthless so you should sell it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by velvetfvr View Post
    I have one and have never used it since no need. Are they a good thing to have like to keep it around in case I find something I want to check? I never found a spot or really wanted to set one up. Should I keep it or should I sell it? I am thinking of selling it so I can start buying stuff for tuning bows? Thanks!
    I am still on the fence. My buddies use them for archery deer in 7 and they give you a general idea on times of watering and quality of animals. So in that aspect they are not too bad. Whether or not those animals will be there come season is another story. I just enjoy getting off the couch and hitting the mountain instead of letting a camera do all the work even though knowing watering times is helpful. Like I said, on the fence. Happy hunting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdub24 View Post
    I am still on the fence. My buddies use them for archery deer in 7 and they give you a general idea on times of watering and quality of animals. So in that aspect they are not too bad. Whether or not those animals will be there come season is another story. I just enjoy getting off the couch and hitting the mountain instead of letting a camera do all the work even though knowing watering times is helpful. Like I said, on the fence. Happy hunting!
    This is where I am stuck, I really don't want to give it up because it is nice but then again where I hunt, I basically go out for one scouting trip then hunting so really it does nothing for me. It is a bushnell trophy cam, not the bone collector edition. It looks new and works fine just I don't really have a need for it. Will see what others think before I make the decision to sell.
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    I use mine for more than just hunting too. Had one of the neighbors dogs doing it's business on my lawn, both neighbors said it was not their dog. Put up the game cam, got pictures of the culprit, and made the right neighbor come pick up all the dog crap. So you may want to think about keeping it for other reasons too.
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    You should definitely keep it. Go out in the hills, find a well used trail and set it up. You'll be glad you did.

    I would be lost without my trail cams. The amount of info they give you is incredible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RUTTIN View Post
    I use mine for more than just hunting too. Had one of the neighbors dogs doing it's business on my lawn, both neighbors said it was not their dog. Put up the game cam, got pictures of the culprit, and made the right neighbor come pick up all the dog crap. So you may want to think about keeping it for other reasons too.
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    Yes, you don't need it. How much do you want for it?

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    The problem is I don't visit my hunting spots frequently. I hunt in the middle of the state and is 5 1/2 hours away from my house one way! So I don't like to leave it out there for either a month or 2 or a whole year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drhorsepower View Post
    Yes, you don't need it. How much do you want for it?
    Wait a minute buddy! I am not set on selling or keeping yet so you will have to wait! LOL!
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