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This one’s also proven to be a great raccoon attractant for dog proof traps too.

https://youtu.be/VBENdB0YWrk
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Likely the muddiest place I’ve ever set a trap! Of course it wasn’t that way when I had first got set up… As we get closer to the end of July, I really start to get antsy for trapping opener. I’ve got a lot of trap maintenance to do yet, so that’s the plan for this next weekend. 🙂

https://youtu.be/_5jmyfJGpcs
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What a mess… mid 90’s for temps, and my A/C died. Almost feels Iraq hot in my house lol.

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While fishing on Mille Lacs Lake yesterday (July 9th 2016) I decided to see for myself how bad the zebra muscle problem was. WOW was I in for a surprise! This short 1 minute video shows just a small sample of massive population I seen while checking out the rocks in Cove Bay. They seemed to be literally everywhere you looked. No volume is included in this video as my Njaeye camera was secured inside of it’s waterproof case.

While fishing on Mille Lacs Lake yesterday (July 9th 2016) I decided to see for myself how bad the zebra muscle problem was. WOW was I in for a surprise! Thi...
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Good morning everyone! I hope you all have a safe and enjoyable Independence Day!!

Now, let’s hear one of your strange, funny or embarrassing but true hunting stories! :)

About 20 or so years ago I was bowhunting some public land that not a lot of others bothered with because of how small the place was. I’d been in the stand since about an hour before light, and hadn’t seen a thing. About noon I decided to sneak out just for some quick lunch and made my way back to my truck. When I rounded the corner I stopped dead in my tracks in disbelief as laying right next to my truck was a doe bedded down right in the shade of my truck roughly 100 yards away looking right in my direction. I decided I needed to at least try to make this happen since it’ll never happen again, so I slid into the tall weeds and began my slow stalk. Every now and then I’d stick my head out just far enough to confirm she was still there, and as soon as I seen any part… Read more

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Just watching this video from last fall has me wanting to hit the bear woods once again! This was a buddy Marco in his first ever bear hunt last September. We spent 2 very long days in the tree before this one came in.

https://youtu.be/syFl3-UccRI
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A buddy and I went fishing in Korea the other day. Joe landed a bass.

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One of my most memorable catches from a few years ago.

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Sorry I’ve been away the last several days, started my new job and busy scouting like crazy since having some bad storms shred some of the woods I’ve been eyeballing. Anyone else been out scouting for next season?

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David Enstad

Nice!

2 months ago
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Well, I do believe we’ve FINALLY figured out the messaging issues. Let us know if you all find anything wrong with the site, and we’ll get it fixed ASAP.

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Not a bad day on the water so far.

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Moultrie M-880i Trail Camera Review
David Enstad

Quick facts:
Trigger Speed: 0.80 sec
Recovery time: 5 sec
Detection range: 40 feet
Flash Range: 45 feet
Dimensions: 5” x 4.5” x 3”
No Flash/No Glow
Batteries: 8 x AA batteries

Likes:
Pretty solid nighttime video quality, and decent daytime video with High Definition playback. Good color on the daytime pictures.


Dislikes:
A decent amount of blurry or slightly out of focus daytime pictures, and we just completely dislike the strap for hanging these cams.

Overall the Moultrie M-880i is a pretty nice camera for the price. At around $160 depending on where you shop, it’s fairly comparable to others in the same price range, and even beat out a few other much higher priced… Read more

Moultrie M-880i Trail Camera Review David Enstad Quick facts: Trigger Speed: 0.80 sec Recovery time: 5 sec Detection range: 40 feet Flash Range: 45 feet Dime...
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Finally seen two fawns with full spots this morning. Tried for a picture, they they hit the tall weeds before I could get my phone out. Still nice to see them!

Richard Casey

I saw one the other day on my way to the lake. Mama crossed the road in front of me and I look over and all I can barely see is a little head poking out above the weeds.

2 months ago
David Enstad

I’ve got to get my trail cameras out there so I can get some good video and pics of them. They’re fun to watch.

2 months ago
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Hello David, and welcome to OutdoorTrader.Net!