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geaux_fish
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re: Advice for Trail cameras

I have bought a few Primos Truth Cams. They have worked for a few years now with no problems.


MillerMan
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Primos Truth Cams


Have not worked well for us compared to the wildgames. They don't have the range (especially at night) and the pictures come out much more blurry.




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Stexas
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What's the price on those? Been wanting to get one that will email me pics


These are several years old now (see 2010 on the date) and we've had almost no problems with them. The newer ones can email... I think we paid $200or so for them new???

Here's a LINK to their online dealer... I think Cabela's has them now as well, but not certain.


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Big Worm
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This year I have tried a Bushnell - It took a ton of pictures but the night time picture quality was terrible. I tried a moultrie M880 which took great pictures but the battery pack would lose connection or it would tell me my card was full after taking 50 pictures. I have a browning out there now which hardly takes any pictures and the nighttime pics are the worst Ive seen. My 2 year old Moultrie M-80 is by far the best one I have had. Consistantly takes alot of above average pics, day and night. I would love to try another M-880, I think I had a lemon. But they have been out of them for quite awhile.


Stexas
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Few more



Thib-a-doe Tiger
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Pics say 2010, I'm guessing that deer died in a creek by now since you didn't post a pic of you hoisting him


Stexas
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Sadly, I just get to look at the pictures of and watch these big guys... I'm a close friend of the owners and they save these for immediate family. Only take 1 or 2, 6 1/2 year olds, a year if at all, post rut late December or early January. Biggest I've taken was two years ago 120" 5 1/2 year old 10 pt.

He's on the right here in my office
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Itismemc
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Moultrie or stealth cam.

if any of you are eligible for promotive.com you need to sign up.

my best shot of the year. camera on creek bank
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Thib-a-doe Tiger
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Not bad. I got out of deer hunting for a few years and haven't got a big one in almost 8 years. I had a chance to take a monster with my bow last year but didn't have a shot where he stopped and then he got back on his doe. It's time


geaux_fish
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heres a few pictures from the Primos Truth 35, the daytime pictures are pretty good quality, night time were ok. This was a lease in Woodville.







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