October 5/6 I set a camera here, there are a lot of trails, a few beds and lots of deer poop in the area so it should be a good spot. This was the second time I’ve checked this camera location, I changed trees last time I was here and this angle is working better.Continue reading “Checking Cameras”
I spent Saturday looking for deer and checking trailcams, I didn’t see any bucks but managed sneak in close enough to bag 4 does with my camera in thick stuff. Sunday I dragged a herring around behind my kayak, fishing was slow but I managed to catch a few cohos
I didn’t see much wildlife this trip but got to know a couple areas a bit better, and found a few fresh buck rubs, showing the rut is starting though it probably won’t get serious for about 4 more weeks. Checked a few Cameras This camera watches an intersection in some timber.
Spawning season for pink salmon has reached its peak and every stream is full of fish, fortunately we’ve had a lot of rain so a lot of the spawned out salmon have washed down stream and the smell isn’t too awful. I checked a bunch of cameras, here are a couple videos from 2 ofContinue reading “Hiking September 12-13”
Of course I checked a few cameras while I was out I’ve had this camera here for several years. It watches a main trail that follows the base of a mountain. This little buck probably broke his antler sparring while they are still soft. I moved this camera. This camera watches an intersection with lotsContinue reading “Hiking and Kayaking, August 29-30”
I set and checked a few camera while I was out. Set a camera here, there are a bunch of trails and a some beds and it’s on the border of a some big timber and a large muskeg, so even though it’s more out in the open than most places I set cameras itContinue reading “Hiking and Kayaking July 17-18”
This camera collected 1800+ pictures in a month mostly of this doe and her fawn, and another doe with twins. This camera is doing really well but I need to switch trees because most of the traffic is one-way. I added one more camera to this group, it covers a main trail through the timber.Continue reading “Checking 4 Cameras”
The Connell Lake Trail starts at the Connell Lake Dam and circles about halfway around the reservoir and ends at Talbot Lake. The trail ends at a single tent platform just short of the main body of Talbot Lake and a little before that there is a fork in the trail that ends at aContinue reading “Connell Lake Trail”
I checked a couple trailcams while I was wandering about.
I set this camera hoping to catch bears using this puddle as a muddy bath tub and the black bear pictured did just that a few hours after I set it. When I checked it I also lowered the camera to capture more of the puddle. This camera has been here for a few yearsContinue reading “Hiking and Checking Cameras, June 26”