These are the highlights from another camera I wasn’t able to check all summer, the pictures show deer transitioning from their winter coats into their summer coats and the last picture shows a doe turning gray again as it’s new winter coat starts to grow in. A few black bear and a sandhill crane showContinue reading “April 18 – August 29”
I didn’t get a chance to visit this camera all summer and the batteries went dead, but as always it’s a good spot.
September 16-18 This was the first check of this camera location, the camera watches a trail through a skunk cabbage patch. I’ve had the camera below in this spot for a few years, it’s set to watch where a main trail crosses a creek I set a camera here to watch a split in aContinue reading “Kayaking, Looking for Deer and Checking Cameras”
The Wolf Lake Trail is a primitive trail that starts at Harriet Hunt Lake goes over a ridge then drops into the valley where the lake sits. It’s a hard trail to follow after you cross the ridge as it has become really over grown and shows little sign of use. I decided it wasContinue reading “Hiking the Wolf Lake Trail”
I finally got last year’s best videos from the rut together in one long video 2020 I didvided the rut into 2 videos, I used some of the same trees, the general areas are the same as are a lot of the deer. A few shorter videos of rut highlights
Highlights from 1 trailcam
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)”