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Deer Hunting in Lake D`Arbonne in Northeast Louisiana

Deer Cam Pics

Went and pulled the cards out of the cameras that we put out two weeks ago. We got some really good pics of does and fawns. We only got one pic of a rack buck so far. You guys were right, these things are addictive. I can't wait to go check them again in a few weeks.
August 02, 2010 at 3:03pm
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hunt rProfile Photo
Posted August 02, 2010 at 3:45pm
cams

You will learn more about ur area in the next few months than u would in 25yrs. just hunting. For instance, lack of quality food in forested areas severely limits growth. look at how big,fat, and healthy those yearlings are and how early born, they are at least 2 months old now and in tensas they're barely born. Then look at that 11/2 year old deer the doe is fighting, very skinny but not unusually so for that age and time of year. The yearling are so healthy because they're being supplemental fed (mothers milk), so if u keep up that level of nutrition u will see a big difference in couple years.

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MarshratProfile Photo
Posted August 02, 2010 at 6:45pm
Camera

How do you like the wildgame inovation camera?

Warren

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REBBEERProfile Photo
Posted August 03, 2010 at 12:44pm
Wildgame

I've not been real impressed with them. I bought the cheapo from Wally world and wound up returning it because the flash never worked. I'd have nothing but black pictures. I had a IR-6 I believe was the model and it quit working after about 2 months. It wouldn't even power up with brand new batteries. This is the IR-4 I think is the model. I put 2 of them out on July 17. We'll see how they hold up. So far they have taken great pics with good battery life. They run on 4 C batteries. One camera took 450 pics and the other took 1100 and both still showed 3/4 charge left on batteries.

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