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    and they start growing!

    OK so I know this is a very early stage, but they are growing already
    they start to grow as soon as the old one's fall off, or I read that once!

    and here are a couple other things I caught on cam last few days

























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    Was that the Aflac duck? lol Can't wait to see them develop there racks over the up coming months. Could only see three pics tho. Said the others were deleted?

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    HUmm they all show now, so??

    and that's why I like running cam's all yr, just never klnow what will walk past LOl
    found ths anter's growing funny, after the tread about sheds?
    and well I think you had a buck on cam with them still on,
    and here at my place there growing new one's? Go figure

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    The fun is about to start. Can't wait to get some cameras in the woods. Spent the day at my cabin today, but all I did was some needed spring cleanup.
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    Same here on the 3 showing up. I cannot wait to see them grow this year, better yet to start figuring out which bucks made it through and are still hanging around. Great time to get your minerals out though!!
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    I dont run cams since I hunt public and Im pretty sure eventually the cam would walk away. Cool pictures. That mallard is one heck of a good looking bird. I always though ducks had some impressive coloring.
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    Nomad, I am on private lands, and over the yrs must have had about 20 cams grow legs and walk off, even un bolted themselves and cut there locks off Lol
    but I have run cams on public lands, and believe it or not, never had one stolen off public lands LOL
    guess maybe up my hunting camp, with it being big woods more or less, more of a needle in a hay stake, and plus, the public lands up that way don't get much pressure besides opening week of gun season, then they stay kinda empty
    where the farm I get trespassers all yr
    the mallard is one of about 25 pairs that never flew south, resodent ducks
    have about 50 pairs of wood ducks, and them males have such awesome colors I think, maybe the best looking duck out there if you ask me
    lovve sitting on stand watching them on the pond

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    mrbb. My other problem up at my camp is that it is 5ish hours away so when I am up there I want to hunt. I may try a cam next year in archery, I can hang it the same time I do my stand and take it down when I take my stand down which is at the end of my hunting trip.
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    I hear you, when I hunted ohio, I once left a cam down there, only got to check it once or twice a yr, was like X mas when I got there, sadly, one time I forgot to turn it on when I left after changing out sd card LOL
    boy did that suck
    but these days cam's cost a lot less, back when I bought my first cam , a 35 mm was like 400+ bucks, and only could take 36 pic and be out of film
    these days you can get a cheap cam at wally world, stick a 4g sd card in it and get thousands of pic's and unless over a bait pile, get a few thousand pic's before battery die's
    which can be months or more, some get a yr or more out of batterty life, really seems to be based on how many pic's it takes more than time that goes by
    but in todays world, I'd have a cam out, even if I only checked it a few times a yr
    its just cool to see what you get on them
    honestly think I enjoy running trail cam's more than hunting the past few yrs
    But I get the its a hard thing to leave in the woods and it might be gone too
    just saying, for 50 bucks, its a cool gamble in my eye's I guess!

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    and don't know what happened to the pic's? they were there and I didn't sdelete anything so??
    sorry to anyone looking for the rest, they went MIA on me too

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