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re: Deer Cameras that send pictures to your phone - Nannyslayer
I have several Spypoints. They have different packages for number of pictures per month that are pretty reasonable. Basically you can manipulate the time between pics and what days it takes to manage number of pics. That being said, Spypoint's customer service has been awful for a few months. ...
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re: Spypoint Service - Nannyslayer
something is going on at that place. Usually their service is top notch. A few months ago I'd have an issue and use the instant messaging on their website---responses and solutions (even if it meant a reboot :banghead: )within minutes...
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re: Spypoint Service - Nannyslayer
I finally talked to someone---I need to do "factory reset". I actually have firmware up to date, good batteries and 3-4 bars of service. It just quit taking pics for some reason. Of course they couldn't tell me what triggered the need for the reset . . . and yes, the wait time on the phone was...
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Spypoint Service - Nannyslayer
Has anyone else been having issue with spypoint cameras transferring pic as well as zero response from their support? Usually their support is great but lately get zero response . . . ...
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re: Old School Buckshots - Nannyslayer
thanks. Someone had told me Maxxis quit making them. Guess it's just no place local carries them. ...
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Old School Buckshots - Nannyslayer
Is there anything on the market these days similar to buckshots of maxxis mudders? I have an old school Z71 I want to put some 285's on but can't find a comparable....
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re: Temporary Power Pole for hunting camp - Nannyslayer
Thanks again for the good advice. I was able to get a decent pole off facebook for cheap. Just curious if anyone has dealt with Southwest EPA electric in MS? If so are they easy to deal with or pretty flexible in rural areas on temporary poles....
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Extended flood effect on deer - Nannyslayer
Just curious on opinions/experiences with swamp property the season after an extended flood like we have had in LA/MS. I know deer tend to naturally follow the water back down after a flood but I have also heard that if it is up an extended amount of time it takes a while for things to get back to ...
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re: Tractor dealerships in SELA/SWMS with combo deals - Nannyslayer
A friend of mine just got a Kubota combo for a good deal at Seal Tractor in Woodville. Pretty sure it was 0% interest as well...
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re: Who insures your OHV - Nannyslayer
Mine is with Safeco and it is $18 a month. Granted it is for a 2010 Ranger...
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re: Temporary Power Pole for hunting camp - Nannyslayer
I'm using a generator for the time being but I doubt that will be popular come deer season. I'm familiar with the checks and balances with the sewer etc as I just built a house. It is indeed a royal pain in the arse. This is in rural Wilkinson county, MS so hopefully there won't be too many...
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re: Temporary Power Pole for hunting camp - Nannyslayer
thank you. I imagine it varies by electric company but who typically furnishes the wire from nearest transformer to said temp pole?...
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Temporary Power Pole for hunting camp - Nannyslayer
Recently got into hunting camp that has established power to community camp house etc. However, for private camps you are responsible for your own pole. My private camp is very rustic/old so I don't trust wiring and am planning on just a temp pole and a power strip or two. How much of a pain in...
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re: Has anyone had experience with "Preditor" generators from Harbor Freight? - Nannyslayer
I've had one for a year or so. Super quiet, easy on gas, plenty strong from hunting camp use. ...
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re: Trained assassins TV show, where in LA do they hunt? - Nannyslayer
I thought those were the guys that had family ties with Tatum Plantation in Centerville, MS?...
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re: Home Remodel Contractor in BR - Nannyslayer
Tevin Koomson---he has done a lot of work on older houses around BR. Very honest and fair. ...
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re: HELP: Wood fence installers in BR - Nannyslayer
False River Fencing---they travel all the area. Did a great job on a big fence at my house. They also use 4x6's for their posts which is nice come storm season...
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re: Box stands with all the bells and whistles - Nannyslayer
thanks gents . . . I'm pondering just doing something so I can catch early afternoon game from stand. Hopefully by the time it's winding down, deer are moving. From what I gather I should be good to go with an inverter and decent deep cycle battery. ...
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re: Box stands with all the bells and whistles - Nannyslayer
that's more what I was thinking. A bit more comfortable and maybe catch the late afternoon game....
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Box stands with all the bells and whistles - Nannyslayer
I'll start this with "no, I'm not a die hard hunter . . ." has anyone ever built a box stand and fooled with putting an inverter/battery/solar panel in it to run small electronics? I've seen pics from some large camp where people go way overboard but never fooled with myself. ...
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