Uncompromised craftsmanship and innovative technology help produce the world’s best scouting camera pictures - and set Cuddeback apart from the rest. With ¼ Second Trigger Speed, Center Subject Technology and Zone Control, Cuddeback cameras are just built better. Browse galleries of pictures to see the difference for yourself - we think you’ll agree that the proof is in the picture.
I have hunting land in Northern Wisconsin with three food plots, 2 high fenced and one open all year. I purchased the cuddelink system this year with 10 cameras including one home camera with a Verizon connection. I captured a series of pictures of two young does "loving" each other. I am selecting three from the series for your review.
I was using 11 Cuddeback cameras to help me scout a new property. I was setting stands as I determined high probability areas to hunt. Two days after I set this camera I had this decent 8 on an unlikely trail. Although I bow hunted this guy for over 50 days I was never able to get a shot. It was bitter sweet that he showed up opening day of gun in almost the exact spot this photo was taken and was easily harvested. Happy I got him but wished it was with my bow.
My Cudde and I enjoy winters in SE Arizona. Recently captured a My Cudde and I enjoy spending winters in SE Arizona. Recently captured this image of a Collared Peccary while trying to capture images of Wiley Coyote! May get him next time.
This cougar has been hanging around for about 6 weeks. Usually only get half photos at night, finally got a decent day time photo of him prowling right by the house on Christmas morning.
I realize your cameras are fast, but this is unreal FAST. When I came home from work, I noticed a squirrel was sitting on top of my camera in the back yard. As I walked toward it, the squirrel jumped off to run away, well sure enough, the camera caught him in action. Now thats fast. This camera is awesome, never misses a beat. Just wish I bought it sooner.
Still hunting hard in late season to try and put this big boy down. Just need some cold temps and snow!
Photo was taken on one of the few sunny days we had in December. This is the first I new the deer was in the area. The buck was with a doe and was around for a half hour before the doe left. The photo was taken a little after 1:00 in the afternoon. I hunted the same spot that evening with my crossbow and shot and recovered the buck about 5:30. He is a perfect eight point.