I set this camera in December but when I checked it I found someone else’s camera near by so even though there was plenty of action I moved it. The new spot I found for this camera
Sitka Blacktail Deer feeding and passing through a patch of salal in SE Alaska, January – Early May
This camera has been really good for bucks, I have no idea why it’s better than the other cameras in this area for male deer.
Spent a couple of days wandering around the rainforest near Ketchikan checking and moving cameras. Set another camera here; this should be a good location, especially in the late summer and early fall when the creek is full of salmon.
Got my first buck of the year who’s antlers have started growing! Trailcam photography is going to get more interesting now, finally. Hopefully I have more than just this guy, I have 8 more SD cards from my last trip to the woods to go through.
Moved this camera just to spread out the cameras in this area.
In 2014 I set a camera here, then took it down a couple weeks ago when I checked my cameras in this area. Now that the weather has improved and more daylight has been reaching this location, I will move several cameras around to explore new spots, which should keep camera trapping interesting.
Most of my posts on this site will consist of the highlights from a recently checked camera. After I’ve accumulated all the pictures for a month from all of my cameras, I will condense that batch of pictures and post them as a gallery under the menu Alaska Trailcam by Date.
Since I was very young, I have fished, hiked and camped, and I began hunting deer for food as well as with a camera following my move from Washington State to Alaska in my early twenties. Once I discovered how tasty venison really is, hunting spiked as a personal priority for me, and photography ofContinue reading “A little About Me and this Site”