Trail Cameras and Scouting Cameras Buying Guide
Trail Cameras - I started using scouting or trail cameras in 2003. They weren't the best functioning units, but I could see the prospects in them. By using cameras I've been able to increase the number of trails I monitor while letting the cameras do the scouting for me. Using scouting cameras is easy. Just set your cameras up near a trail being used and let them take pictures of whatever comes along. Essentially you find a good trail, set up your trail cameras and walkaway. Using a trail or scouting camera is really that easy.
We've put together a series of articles in our Trail Cameras and Scouting Cameras Buying Guide designed to help you narrow your search for scouting cameras. In addition you'll get a wealth of knowledge from our trail and scouting camera reviews areas. Our scouting camera reviews are written by readers who have used them on the trail and not just read the box like some of the other review sites on the net. This is an honest Buying Guide.
What I like best about scouting cameras is the anticipation of pictures they've taken. My trail cameras have taken pictures of nice bucks that I didn't know were using a trail and more than once I've taken pictures of trophy caliber deer on a trail I hunt.
In addition these units can give you a competitive advantage over other hunters scouting the same area or trail, that are not using scouting cameras. You'll be able to get more information about deer movement with the use of cameras with less time invested. Last, but not least these cameras allow you to scout without nearly as much human presence which can scare off trophy bucks.
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