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”
I took advantage of the nice weather this weekend to retrieve some cameras. I hope to bring most of my 40+ cameras home and let them dry out until April or May. 1st Paddle This first area I had 5 cameras that I hadn’t visited since September, the batteries were dead in 2 but somehowContinue reading “Retrieving Cameras”
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.
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”
(Found one) This is my best spot in this area, I got over 1700 pictures from Late May to Aug. 21. It’s an intersection in some dense cover. This camera did pretty well, lots of different animals. This is a trail following a swampy creek that cuts through some muskegs. This is the only cameraContinue reading “Kayaking and Hunting for Deer while checking Cameras”
August 15-16 I called in this little buck by saying Maaa in the back of my throat. I like to call this way in places that get a lot of hunting pressure and the deer are used to the standard Alaska style deer calls. This spot was full of 10 foot tall salmon berry bushesContinue reading “Checking Cameras and Looking for Deer”
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”