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Late Summer Trail Camera Scouting

Posted by in Hunting Camera News on May 27, 2017 . 0 Comments.

Late Summer Trail Camera Scouting

Time

Temperature has a lot to do with the time of day the deer are making their way to feeders and onto game-camera footage. Continue to keep a note on what time these guys are coming through. As temperatures drop, timing may begin to change, but keeping track of this will reveal when to be in the woods, waiting for them to arrive.

Direction

Noting the direction the deer are traveling in and out of late-summer game-camera footage will help when deciding where to position stands for a successful hunt. Catching this early will give time to move stands downwind, or help confirm where to set up new stands.

Posture

Early season hunting can be very effective due to the lack of pressure the deer face. If a deer appears to be relaxed as it travels, it is likely to travel the same path again. If it looks anxious or highly alert, there is a chance it could deter from that route in later days. Signs of pressure could mean that hunting trail cameras are being checked too often, or at the wrong times of the day. Moultrie Mobile can help with that.

Company

Noting who the deer are accompanied by in trail cam photos, will reveal who to expect to see them with in the woods. If two bucks are traveling together, you will know to wait on the bigger one, instead of shooting a smaller buck out of eagerness.

Routines

Bucks may begin to change their routines, or they may even vacate an area all together. The ones who stick to their same patterns throughout the end of summer are the ones to watch for. It's very likely they will be following that same pattern throughout the start of the season.

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