These tips for setting up your trail camera are going to ensure you have it done right and start patterning the deer now well before hunting season.
Get some professional tips for setting up your trail camera because it is the most important step this summer to get an idea of the whitetail activity on your property.
In my experience, it is worthwhile to invest in quality deer cameras. Ones that are easy to operate, trigger well and most importantly, have a long battery life. Follow the directions and set them up on deer routes, feeding plots and water sources and you are going to develop an excellent picture of the movement and quality of deer on your property.
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