Yesterday we collected the trail cams we put out two weeks ago. I’ve gone through all the images from the traditional trail cameras, and I have some I’d like to share. So, those first. Near Matt’s stand location (which has a high probability of being my stand location):
Near my stand was a completely different story. Mostly one of a very busy squirrel, and a couple of raccoons.
Additionally, we put up a camera in the creek bottom where we found deer bedding sign last Spring. Unfortunately, it captured 4 images of nothing in particular. But we did find this on the ground.
We still have reams (and reams and reams) of pictures to process through from our Primos DPS cameras. I’m talking 24,000+ pictures. Per camera. And there’s 3 of them. So far, we’ve gotten through most of two of them, and caught a couple images of turkeys here and there. However, we had them set on a 30 second interval- there’s probably a lot we missed, but this way we were able to leave them up for two weeks. Matt hopes to trawl through all the thousands of photos in the software that came with the cameras. It’s clunky and weird anyway, but this poor little netbook makes it even slower and clunkier. Any photos we glean from that will get posted here, as well as used to determine where I’ll sit for turkeys come Wednesday. Oh yeah: two days until turkey season for me.