"BEST camera I ever had. Most accurate target and clear picture..." Scott Abernathy, WA

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Ray Adams

Saraland, AL
10/15/2005

Josh Ganske

Crosslake, MN
10/15/2005

My Dad and I have a nickname for these three bucks, "the Three Musketeers" We have seen them together all summer and also have some great pictures of them together.

Josh Ganske

Crosslake, MN
10/15/2005

These three bucks are regulars to our newly planted biologic food plot. I have over 300 pictues of 6 bucks since August. It has been so much fun to have the Cuddeback and I always look forward to checking the camera. Thanks!

William Henkel

Clear Brook, VA
10/15/2005

These photos were taken in WVA. The eight point is one of seven in this area. The yearling has been attacked by coyotes but seems to be doing well.

Dan Catlin

Mt. Pleasant, MI
10/15/2005

Not sure who got the shot at this deer but the picture shows the deer is just fine. Just another great use for the cuddeback. Thanks again CUDDEBACK!

Jason Bautch

Independence, WI
10/15/2005

I have been using the Cuddeback for a couple of years now to assist in my scouting. I have been practicing Quality Deer Management for the last few years also. The date and times on the picture have been a big help. As you can see on these pictures there was a lot of deer movement on the 7th of September and the 7th of October. (many other pictures also on the 7th) I will be sure to be in the woods on the 7th of November!! (even if I get one of these before then)

Steve Sykes

Cookeville, TN
10/14/2005

I think this deer got made at me taking his picture and mooned me.

Steve Sykes

Cookeville, TN
10/14/2005

I set my camera up on the trail leading to my stand on a new lease in Kentucky. Up until this point I had only taken pictures of does. This was the first buck picture from this setup. Unforunately it was taken at midnight and it is the only picture I have of him.

scott stephan

south milwaukee, WI
10/14/2005

qdm for 5 years it works

Barry Kivette

Greensboro, NC
10/14/2005

I have a feeder hanging in a tree and this 8 pointer is waiting on corn to drop from it.