Checking trail cameras just got easier, as the Cuddelink System allows up to 16 trail cameras to link to one.
If you manage any large property or properties in close proximity like I do, you know this is going to be a huge time-saver. Even those who manage smaller parcels and maybe only run two or three trail cameras are going to enjoy the benefits of investing in the Cuddelink.
They’re able to walk a great distance away from the “home camera” and set up the first camera of the pack.
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Cuddelink doesn’t require any monthly fee or special Wi-Fi connection. It works through its own wireless system, transmitting from Cuddelink camera to Cuddelink camera, then onto one home camera. This system can hold up to 16 cameras total, with a camera-to-camera range of up to a mile in open areas. In more dense forests, you’ll probably have a range of somewhere between 1/4 mile and 1/2 mile. One camera every 100 acres is ideal, so the Cuddlelink will offer the range you need. Overall, when the Cuddelink trail cameras are connected, you can cover a span of 4 miles, ultimately making the Cuddeback Cuddelink System ideal for both small and large properties.
To learn more about the Cuddelink System, you can visit Cuddeback’s website, but here are what we consider to be some of this product’s greatest advantages.
- Saving Time: We all love to be in the woods, but when you spend your time pulling SD cards from multiple remote cameras, it can take hours depending on the size of your property.
- Convenience: If I only have to drive through the gate of my property and go to the sign-in board to pull my SD card, my life just got a whole lot easier. No longer would I have to stop at the first camera area, go get the SD card, walk to the second, come back to the truck, drive farther and so on.
- Less Human Activity: This one’s huge. When I’m running a trail camera survey, I have to tend to the sites to add bait, but now I can see from the home camera if I even need to fill them. Truthfully, I don’t want to have to go into the woods if I don’t need to.
- Better Hunting Decisions: Let’s face it, we can use technology to our advantage. If you arrive at your property, pull your SD card and notice a shooter buck recently active on one of the trail cameras, that might be where you want to go that evening. Work smarter, not harder.
Save Yourself the Money and Time
The Cuddeback Cuddelink System has the ability of making the home camera a wireless system that can email and text you pictures. Now if that isn’t convenient, I don’t know what is.
One of my properties is two hours away from my house, where I run 10 trail cameras on 910 acres. At 14 miles per gallon, my truck makes it expensive to drive out there. However, the Cuddelink System is an easy way to save in that department.