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  • #1 by HawgWild on 15 Nov 2016
  • Got a recommendation for me? Nothing fancy. Just curious in seeing what's running around my property when the lights are out.

    TIA
  • #2 by jim shell on 15 Nov 2016
  •  I use Busnell
  • #3 by HogBreath on 15 Nov 2016
  • I've had good luck with the Wildgame & the Moultries, both priced around 50-60 bucks each, take great pix or video, easy to use, easy on batteries and a load of fun to see what you can get on camera.  I have a Cuddeback that is a little pricier and it is a dang nice unit also.
  • #4 by HawgWild on 16 Nov 2016
  • I got a Tractor Supply flyer that has a 2 pk. 10 mp game camera for $99, usually $149.
    Bass Pro has a 10 mp Stealth Cam G42NG on sale for $99.

    Both use 8 AA batteries. Wonder how long they last?
  • #5 by theFlyingHog on 16 Nov 2016
  • I have a stealthcam that works good(after sending the first, defective one, back)
    I also have a Browning that I paid around 160 for and is now a paperweight. Worked great for 8 months and just won't turn on.
  • #6 by 95_alum on 18 Nov 2016
  • Bushnell Trophy Cam, Bone Collector model.
  • #7 by Boarcephus on 21 Feb 2017
  • I bought a Cuddeback from Cabelas a couple months ago.  Regularly $180 but on sale for $110 and came with a 16 GB card. It was advertised as having a quick shutter speed and so far I've been pleased.   I set it up in the backyard by my bird feeders and it stopped this cardinal in mid flight.  The other is a buck that showed up one night in the front yard. 
  • #8 by grayhawg on 21 Feb 2017
  • I have a Moultrie A5 I avg 40-60 pics a week and used the same battries for 9 months so far.
  • #9 by HawgWild on 27 Feb 2017
  • I ordered a 2-pac of the Moultrie A5s from Amazon. They should be here mid-week and I'll be up and shooting by Friday.
  • #10 by DeltaBoy on 01 Mar 2017
  • I've had good luck with the Wildgame & the Moultries, both priced around 50-60 bucks each, take great pix or video, easy to use, easy on batteries and a load of fun to see what you can get on camera.  I have a Cuddeback that is a little pricier and it is a dang nice unit also.

    They are pretty good Dad uses them around his shop.
  • #11 by HawgWild on 18 Apr 2017
  • Well, I thought the Armadillo was back under my shed so I set up the game camera. It turned out to be something else.
  • #12 by str8volfan on 18 Apr 2017
  • Well, I thought the Armadillo was back under my shed so I set up the game camera. It turned out to be something else.

    THATS A darned WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • #13 by GolfNut57 on 18 Apr 2017
  • THATS A darned WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Seriously?? Dang Vol fans don't recognize a Fox when they see one?  ???
  • #14 by str8volfan on 18 Apr 2017
  • actually thought it was a chucacabra at first glance.
  • #15 by PharmacistHog on 19 Apr 2017
  • You idiots, that's a dingo.
  • #16 by theFlyingHog on 19 Apr 2017
  • You idiots, that's a dingo.
    It ate my baby! And the skrimp off my barbie
  • #17 by HawgWild on 19 Apr 2017
  • My shed is now a fox den. That's pretty cool.
  • #18 by jrulz83 on 19 Apr 2017
  • THATS A darned WOLF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Bigfoot
  • #19 by Wayne Watson on 19 Apr 2017
  • Well, I thought the Armadillo was back under my shed so I set up the game camera. It turned out to be something else.


    Nice red fox.  It may have a den under your shed...which would be cool.
  • #20 by HawgWild on 19 Apr 2017
  • Looks like they're settling in. Lot of activity on the camera last night and this morning. She brought in some kind of bird for the second night in a row. There's a pile of feathers outside the shed. Looks to be hawk like or a maybe a Barred Rock chicken. I might have a neighbor nearby that's having their chicken coop raided.
  • #21 by Wayne Watson on 19 Apr 2017
  • Looks like they're settling in. Lot of activity on the camera last night and this morning. She brought in some kind of bird for the second night in a row. There's a pile of feathers outside the shed. Looks to be hawk like or a maybe a Barred Rock chicken. I might have a neighbor nearby that's having their chicken coop raided.

    The pic appears to be a male (no tits).  The female will stay in the den with newborn pups and the male will bring her food.  Hopefully you will get a pic of some pups one day soon.
  • #22 by HawgWild on 19 Apr 2017
  • That was a pup in the right side frame above. The adult came to the shed, called and the pup came out and followed them away. They look to be 9+ weeks old.

    Here's another.
  • #23 by Wayne Watson on 19 Apr 2017
  • That was a pup in the right side frame above. The adult came to the shed, called and the pup came out and followed them away. They look to be 9+ weeks old.

    Here's another.

    That is so cool.
  • #24 by HawgWild on 20 Apr 2017
  • Night shot.
  • #25 by LSUFan on 20 Apr 2017
  • The pic appears to be a male (no tits).  The female will stay in the den with newborn pups and the male will bring her food.  Hopefully you will get a pic of some pups one day soon.
    Leave it to Wayneo to be looking for tits.
  • #26 by Wayne Watson on 20 Apr 2017
  • Leave it to Wayneo to be looking for tits.

    LOL!  What can I say?
  • #27 by HawgWild on 19 May 2017
  • Family Photo
  • #28 by tophawg19 on 19 May 2017
  • be careful  out there mom will tackle you over pups
    . Also foxes get rabies
  • #29 by Wayne Watson on 19 May 2017
  • be careful  out there mom will tackle you over pups
    . Also foxes get rabies

    It is very rare that a red fox or gray get rabies.

    The pics are great.  HW, love that you have the chance to watch the interact.  Great job.
  • #30 by theFlyingHog on 20 May 2017
  • I was over in MS this week and threw out some old pretzel pizza combos and saw a fox come over and eat em all
  • #31 by HawgWild on 20 May 2017
  • I'd read in the paper this week where a golfer had killed a red fox that turned out to have rabies.

    The fox family stayed with us for about 3 weeks and moved on. Now I'm only getting a picture or two a night of the adult coming by, checking out the old den I guess. It's been a real treat to watch them but I am glad they're gone. Our little dog was infatuated by the smells around the shed. There'd be a picture of the foxes outside the shed and then a minute later my dog would be in a photo sniffing around. It was inevitable that they'd run into one another and my dog would come out the loser. That, plus it was beginning to smell from all the birds, bunnies, frogs and whatever else they were bringing back from the hunt and eating under the building.
  • #32 by Boarcephus on 03 Jun 2017
  • Family Photo


    That's neat.  I've got 2-3 foxes that show up just about every night.  I'd noticed this pregnant doe for the last couple months and she finally brought her fawn out to introduce it to us. 
  • #33 by Hogfan46 on 05 Jun 2017
  • These pics aren't from a game camera. Actually my iPhone out the back window of my house in Richmond, TX outside of Houston. This is a male. The female with a few kits comes around time to time.
  • #34 by theFlyingHog on 06 Jun 2017
  • These pics aren't from a game camera. Actually my iPhone out the back window of my house in Richmond, TX outside of Houston. This is a male. The female with a few kits comes around time to time.
    Definitely shoot it. Those taste delicious
  • #35 by Boarcephus on 07 Jun 2017
  • These pics aren't from a game camera. Actually my iPhone out the back window of my house in Richmond, TX outside of Houston. This is a male. The female with a few kits comes around time to time.

    Amazing. They're running out of places to go. Sad. 
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