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 lent my cuddeback to my friend to take to his cabin over the july 4th weekend. In the three days that he had it up, it took a total of 85 pictures. The first one i'm sending I call "Sweet nothings". The second one is " just a little kiss" They are now planning to buy there own CUDDEBACK!! Thanks so much CHUCK MEYERS
First time out with the Cuddeback this season. I have pictures of this buck last year in the same spot. Only saw him one time last season but look forward to another chance.
These are two bucks I have pics of in velvet from last fall and approximately one month earlier. They are regulars in front of the camera. The pics I sent are of them together in July '05 and seperate pics from Juen '05 Aaron Small
Pretty nice 8 point for our part of the country, I love my Cuddeback, Thanks for making such a great product and making a product that does what it says it will do, The battery life is unbelievable, almost 1500 pictures out of 4 D-cells. Randy Moran
I set up my Cuddeback near my protein feeder to see what was coming in. The first few times I used it all I got was the farmers goats. Then I got this one.
First year that we set camera's out at one of our favorite spots.
I have been watching this deer for three years. I have his sheds from last year. He has been a ten pointer for the last two years and I am hoping that this year he will be a shooter. I had a 10 yard shot at him this year and let him walk.
One picture is a buck on a snowy Christmas Day 2004. The other is a big bodied deer in early velvet. I have been watching the big deer for four years now. The first two years I didn't have a camera so it was a glimpse here and there but nothing really substantual. Now I have the camera and some great shots from velvet thru rut and back again.