Game Camera Lock

Here is a friendly reminder for you... Don't leave a game camera in the woods without using some type of Security Box or Locking Cable. I've mentioned before that I have been a victim of game camera theft.  Since then, I have never placed a game cam in the woods without leaving a lock on...

Game Cameras and Feeder...

If you use a feeder in conjunction with your game camera, then listen to what happened to me today. I had just set a game camera in a new location, and decided that I wanted to place one of my feeders in the vicinity of it. There are some intersecting trails here, and it looked like a...

Give Deer an Incentive ...

Want to bring the deer in your area in front of your game camera more frequently? Give them an incentive to visit often. Check out the Wildlife Apple Corn block that I picked up today at a local feed store. It is 25 pounds, and is packed with minerals, corn, and molasses flavor. I...

Game Camera Tip

Here is a great video from Bowhunting World Magazine.  It outlines their 3 step plan for effectively scouting for deer using a digital game camera.  The concepts are pretty basic, but helpful. ...

Game Camera Tips

I checked on my Scoutguard SG550 this morning, and man has the undergrowth really taken off in the woods. The whole landscape is changing and the area I have my game camera placed in has taken on a whole new view. If you have a game camera out now, consider taking a pair of pruners with...

Using Game Cameras to P...

Growing and maintaining a vegetable garden is hard work. You can take pride in placing fresh, homegrown vegetables on your table. But you aren't the only one that loves your garden. Wildlife in the area will soon make your garden a nightly stop. Whether it is a small rabbit, or a large...