Trail camera placement is key for many reasons.
If you own or lease hunting property, it’s always on the back of your mind. Could someone be trespassing or poaching on my property? You need to keep your cameras hidden just to keep people from stealing them. Here’s a few quick tips for better camera placement.
Height is a good way to keep your camera from getting jacked. A camera 10 feet in the air is not only harder to notice, but next to impossible to steal. Check your state laws when hunting public land, as some states don’t allow screw-in steps. Just remember to point your camera down on your trail site. From experience, nothing is more frustrating than capturing pictures of only tree limbs.