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How to getting more images of wildlife with trail camera?

Posted by in Hunting Camera News, Ltl Acorn News, AcornGuard News, Products FAQ, Ltl-5210 News, Ltl-5310 News, Ltl-6210 News, Ltl-6310 News, AG-680 News, AG-690 News, AG-880 News on October 24, 2014 . 0 Comments.

How do you use your trail camera?How to getting more images of wildlife?Please read the following Suggestions:


trail camera
1. Food and Minerals. Where attractive legal, food and minerals ensure pause deer to take a picture.

2. Perfumes. Attractive food liquids (legal in most states) poured on stumps or logs can coax deer linger for quality images..

3. Water. During warmer months, the position near the water is a value s Re to increase traffic to your cameras.

4. Cl ture Holes & Breaks. The underpasses or through cl Tures focus movement, which also slows the animals for sharper images.

5. Create funnels. Use logs gathered and cut brush to create funnels on the ridges, woodlands or approaches to agricultural fields.

6. Rubs and scrapes. the positioning of the cameras scratches and rubs sign post is still productive, though larger males visit the night.

7. Double Up. On wide open and forested ridges, individual cameras often fail to grasp it all. Getting two rear cameras back ensures that nothing slips by unnoticed us.

8. shooting lanes. Create own way for cameras to shoot through, also ensuring less empty images caused by vegetation pushed by the wind

9 .. Stake Out. No mounting shaft available where you need it Use a metal T-post to position your camera instead.

10. Use lower MP settings. IR emitters are well known for blurring night on moving deer, setting cameras at lower resolutions resulting in sharper images

Last update: October 24, 2014

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