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GaDawg9977
Member since Aug 2016
560 posts

Trail cam recommendations
Looking to spend $100-150. Whatcha got? For deer hunting.


TheDrunkenTigah
Syracuse Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2011
15178 posts

re: Trail cam recommendations
I have a couple bushnell essentials that fall in that price range. They have served me pretty well, have a quick trigger, and last forever on a set of lithiums. I have had one older bushnell die on me but they replaced it. No matter what anyone tells you ALL trail cam brands are going to have duds in the under-$300 price range. I've tried them all just about and you're lucky to get two or three years out of them, just get the features you like and look at the warranty.


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LEASTBAY
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2007
5735 posts

re: Trail cam recommendations
Spypoint micro 4g is $150. Comes with 1 month unlimited pics to get it set up. There's a free plan that includes 100 pics per month. Super easy to setup. Only down side is a somewhat narrow field of view.
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WPsportsman
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In a van down by the river
Member since Jun 2015
1957 posts

re: Trail cam recommendations
I've used moultrie cabelas stealthcam and browning. Browning is the best out of those.


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bayoudude
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Houma
Member since Dec 2007
19560 posts

re: Trail cam recommendations
I have a browning and a moultrie in that price range but the cheaper wild game innovations has outperformed both. Moultrie takes blurry pics if animals are moving, browning takes great day but poor night pics. Wild game innovations takes decent day and night. I get 400 pics a week at my feeder between the hogs and deer.


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GREENHEAD22
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LafayettebywayofBush
Member since Nov 2009
12998 posts

re: Trail cam recommendations
Damn, didnt know there had ones that cheap, getting 3 for the lease.


LEASTBAY
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2007
5735 posts

re: Trail cam recommendations
It's small as hell too. I'm planning a coon massacre based on what I've been watching the past few nights.


reveille
Houston Astros Fan
Houston
Member since Jul 2009
1013 posts

re: Trail cam recommendations
Leastbay,

Was just looking into this after seeing it on Natchezss.

How is the interface on the app? Is it easy to use, can you send pics from it &/or save them?

TIA



tke_swamprat
LSU Fan
Houma, LA
Member since Aug 2004
6475 posts

re: Trail cam recommendations
Bunch of our guys have Browning ones that are nice.

I’m cheap and have a Primos. Takes great pictures and all the buttons are slide. Not a lot of digital parts. Great battery life. You could get 2 for $150.


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LEASTBAY
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2007
5735 posts

re: Trail cam recommendations
Yes. It's super simple.


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