Every pool in this creek that is over a foot deep has fish in it holding out and trying to survive the bears until the next rain. After the next serious rain the main run will fill this stream with thousands of fish. Here are the 3 spots I set cameras Set a Camera hereContinue reading “Checking a Camera, and Setting 3 More for Black Bear fishing for Pink Salmon (Humpies)”
This was the my first check of the camera I left in this spot, it’s working out really well, the 4mp SD card was almost full.
This creek is filling up with pink salmon, after the next serious rain the main run should show up It takes a lot of luck to get good pictures with trailcams but sometimes everything comes together. This camera sits in the bottom of a ravine, I was planning on moving it to an easier placeContinue reading “Hiking and Checking Cameras 8/13”
I didn’t get a lot of action here but it was predominately bucks. I moved this camera to a spot I used last year and set it for videos.
This is the first check of this camera but I had 1 here a few years ago using a different tree, I added a link to that page below the gallery.
At the end of a long day of wandering the woods and muskegs looking for deer and checking trailcams I filled 1 of my 4 deer tags on a young buck. Left a trailcam overlooking the gut pile, hopefully a bear will show up instead of just a mob of ravens and eagles.
Here are the the cameras I checked, I’ll be posting the highlights from them soon after I finish sorting them. This is the second time I’ve checked this camera, it overlooks a funnel where several trails combine to form 1 that crosses this small ravine. This camera watches a skunk cabbage patch. This was theContinue reading “Checking Cameras 8/1/22”
The transition from late winter to summer in southern S.E. Alaska