Top Spots To Place Your Hunting Camera
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A hunting camera is not going to stumble through your bedding area, leave scents or exaggerate on the size of a buck. It is important to place your hunting camera in the perfect spots to help you how exactly about the buck you are looking for. There are many different hunting cameras that can be found at Amcrest but finding the perfect camera is not the only answer, as you must place them correctly in order for them to do their job correctly.

Hunting Cameras Are Not Your Same Old Point and Shoot Cameras Any Longer

A hunting camera is not a 35 mm film point-and-shoot camera any longer where you had to run and get the film developed in order to see the pictures. You also do not have to leaf through handfuls of shots to find the one shot you are looking for. Today’s hunting cameras have sharp lenses, electronic circuit boards and memory cards that hold thousands of pictures than can be downloaded to your computer. A high-end hunting camera will send photos to your cellphone or laptop.

When and Where to Place Cameras

Your goal with the use of a hunting camera is to learn about the deer on your property and figure out where to find them. Before you even buy a hunting camera, you can determine ideal spots to place them, which many times will determine what model of hunting camera is best for you.

Late Summer

Late in the summer is a good time to start getting an inventory of deer numbers and on your property. You should find a spot with heavy deer traffic.

Early Season

Early in the season is a good time to find deer after velvet shed because this is when they will start to relocate. Mock deer can draw up to 90% of the deer you will hunt. If you are not getting clear shots of deer, you should try aiming the camera in a different direction.

Rut

This is the time when you should determine where resident deer are traveling to. This is also the time that you should determine if any other deer are traveling through the area. It is important that you mount your Hunting camera at a 45-degree angle to the trail. Deer are going to move through funnels at a quick speed and a camera set perpendicular to the trail is most likely going to miss getting a shot of the deer.

Late Season

Late in the season is the time when you want to find out where to fill a last-minute tag. This is also the time when you want to know which deer have survived throughout the hunting season. You should place the hunting camera within 30 feet of the most heavily trafficked area. You should always set up and check the hunting camera at midday so you do not spook any feeding deer. If there are not any trees that are located near the food source, you should mount the Hunting camera on a tripod and hide it with grass or brush.

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