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Posted by in Hunting Camera News on Nov 21, 2017 .

Bushwhacker Bigeye D3 16MP 1080P Wildlife Trail Camera

Last but not least is one of the highest resolution camera sensor models we’ve reviewed. This Bushwhacker game camera BIGEYE D3 sports a hefty 16 MP sensor on the integrated trail camera. Paired with a row of 42 IR LEDs you’re certain to find high quality, crisp photos at just about any distance. Trigger speed of half a second on smaller SD cards is lightning quick.

Motion sensor optimization technology means you’ll have...

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on Nov 15, 2017 .

The Most Useful Hunting Safety Tips You Should Know

Hunting is an exhilarating, thrilling, tactical and useful sport, and conscientious hunters always remain aware and cautious about its risks. Below, we’ve broken the most important hunting safety tips into four categories to keep you safe year-round.

Legal Safety

Hunting in the United States isn’t simply a matter of grabbing a gun and heading out to the woods. Hunting laws vary from state to state, and sometimes even at...

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on Nov 13, 2017 .

Bring in a Gobbler Next Spring

After a long and difficult winter, the early signs of spring are finally starting to appear in most locations around the country. For many hunters, the onset of spring means that turkey hunting season is just around the corner. For those of you who will soon be in the woods in search of a "long beard," here are some hunting tips for locating and calling this cunning and elusive bird.

After a long and difficult winter, the early signs of spring are...

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Trail Camera Flash Light

Infrared Cameras

Infrared cameras are suitable in cases where tracking and recording is required in the night also. For ensuring a round the clock supply of video footage in the wild, no camera is better than the infrared. These trail cameras have high resolution and capture night images with a lot of clarity. They also come fitted with sensors that automatically switch the infrared function on and off.

These cameras...

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on Nov 07, 2017 .

Trail Camera Direction: Does it Really Matter?

Blurry, fuzzy, discolored pictures have plagued the trail cam user for quite some time. Often, these unfortunate discoveries have caused hunters to abandon their favorite brand in search of a new one that produces better quality pictures. Is there on brand that has solved this problem? How do you get the most from your game camera?

Turns out, trail camera placement technique plays a large role in the type of image it captures. Trail...

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on Nov 01, 2017 .

Patterning Bucks Can Lead to Early Season Hunting Success

You take a drive down some back roads near your hunting property. It’s 7:30 in the evening. The sun is setting, temperature dropping, and all the bean fields seems to start to fill up with deer coming out to feed on the lush green leaves. In about a half-hour or so and you’ll start to see some heavy racked velvet bruisers make appearances. At that moment that you begin to salivate, oozing with excitement for the upcoming deer...

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on Oct 30, 2017 .

Whitetail Waterhole Tips to Define Deer Movement

One of the simplest and most effective ways to define deer movement is through the installation of strategically placed waterholes. With just a few supplies and a little sweat, you can have a waterhole filled and ready to become an integral part of the local whitetail’s daily movement. The size of the tank you’ll need depends on how you’ll keep the waterhole filled.

I recommend using a tank that holds at least 70 gallons, so...

Posted by on Oct 26, 2017 .

Get the Most From Your Game Cam

Game cameras are the most valuable scouting tool for monitoring deer activity in your hunting area. However, are you using them effectively? Are you really getting as much information from them as they offer? Here are some hunting tips and tricks for properly placing, using, and maintaining your game cameras so that they give you the greatest advantage out in the field.

Read the instruction manual for your hunting camera prior to using it. The...

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on Oct 24, 2017 .

Keys to Hunting the Rut

For a majority of those who hunt whitetail deer, the rut period is often the most exciting time to be in the woods.  The chances of seeing mature bucks during the daytime in areas where does frequent are highly increased.  For those still left in the hunt, here are some hunting tips and strategies that will help you to hunt the rut period more effectively.

During the rut, bucks will leave the home area where they have spent a majority of the year and will...

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on Oct 18, 2017 .

Offseason Deer Preparation

We all love the thrill of the hunt:  witnessing the first sunrise at the start of a new season; experiencing the changes in the woods as the seasons transition; and feeling the briskness of the fall air as the rut begins.   Despite the start of the season being months away, how do we ensure now that our hunts will be successful each season?  The answer lies in what you are doing to prepare yourself in the off season.

One of the first things you can do is...

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on Oct 12, 2017 .

Turkey Hunting in the Wind

Wind is a challenge when hunting turkeys – there’s no way around it. Sure you could stay in that day and hope for better opportunities, but if your days in the field are limited, you better have a plan for dealing with the wind. Like many hunting scenarios, there are multiple ways to deal with the wind. In my experience, I’ve found two that are most effective for me.

If it is windy the evening before your hunt, the turkeys will do their best to stay...

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on Sep 30, 2017 .

Tracking Tips: Putting Food Up

We start putting food up in August – about the time we can smell the sun-warmed tomatoes, even before we gather them for canning. “Putting food up” is a curious expression. Originating back in the 1700s, this idiom means “preserving and storing food” – and that we certainly do. But “up” is hardly a useful image since we usually descend steep, awkward stairs into dark cellars to place our jars of preserved food on shelves.

“Up,” as...

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on Sep 27, 2017 .

How to Hunting the Pre-Rut

Archery season has finally arrived in many states. Some hunters look to the rut period as a time for having the greatest success. There are many hunters, however, who look forward to the pre-rut period as an excellent time to harvest the buck of their choice. To hunt the pre-rut, there are a number of tactics that you may want to employ in order to be successful.

Now is the time to begin using the information that you have gleaned from your pre-season...

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on Sep 25, 2017 .

3 Hunting Strategies for Taming the October Lull

The flury of the early season is so incredibly anticipated and leaves so incredibly fast. It's hasty retreat has a nasty habitat of dragging buck sightings and trail cam pictures along with it, while ushering in the dreaded October Lull. A great deer hunting parcel is a chunk of ground that can be hunted during the entire season and not just during the rut. So before you become depressed over the lull and the lack of mature buck...

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on Sep 22, 2017 .
Huntinf Trail Camera Detection Circuit

Detection circuit of the hunting trail camera refers to the range within which camera’s sensors can detect the movement and trigger the camera for capturing the picture. The range is measured in feet whereas trigger speed in seconds.

  • Naturally, the long-range cameras are preferred for hunting in wild or even a farm. Nowadays trail cameras with detection range of almost 100 feet can be found in the market.
  • However, while buying you needs...
The Advantages and Disadvantages for Buying a Cellular Camera

Buying a trail camera is no easy feat, considering the features you have to keep in mind, like motion detectors, resolution, focusing abilities, sharpness, pixels as well as an inconspicuous nature to be carried in the woods. Therefore, we have prepared a list for you, so that you can zero in on your favourite type of camera, one that suits your needs perfectly!


Cellular cameras record images and transmit them to...

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on Sep 11, 2017 .


Frequently Asked Questions about Trail Cameras

Is there a difference between Game Camera and Trail Camera?

Game Cameras are also known as Trail Cameras and are the same. They are designed specifically to assist you in capturing the target’s picture and location; which is difficult to determine in wilderness. They usually have a detection field of 50- 100 feet. Once installed and set, they sense movement and activate the trigger thereby collecting useful data for hunt without...