Got this series of trail camera videos one night last December during the peak of the rut in my area. This young buck was feeling very frisky. I have many videos of nub bucks and smaller bucks showing some of this behavior but this was a first for me seeing this much activity at one time. I have no idea what the hogs were doing at the end of the video.
Here are some deer camera photos of deer and hogs feeding together. Kind of blows out of the water the old saying about hogs running the deer out of the country
This is the last video in the sequence of videos I've already posted. I do have a few more videos of this deer thrashing some bushes showing his dominance to a smaller buck.
What Y'all think this big Jackson Parish 10 pt will score?
The big 10 pt. is in the background behind a tree and some bushes. Make sure to turn your volume up and listen for him to make a snort wheeze after he chases off the smaller 8 pt.
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Please reply and let me know if this link works. If it does I will post some other videos of this big Jackson Parish 10 pt.
I've been trying to post a few short deer cam videos by attaching the vimeo code in the video embed code box but I can't seem to get it to work. Any help?
The camera is a Browning Recon Extreme Advantage. It is not a 'no glow' camera. The Browning Advantage series of cameras take AMAZING videos. The youtube video is me recording the screen of my laptop with my iphone, so it's a video of a video. The original video has much better picture and sound quality. As soon as serious scraping activity appears in my area I move my cameras to them and set the cameras on video mode. On this particular scrape last year I had 8-10 different racked bucks visiting it regularly. Several of the bucks I had no prior photos of even though I had a camera at a feeder location in the area. Also many does and yearlings will visit a primary scrape location. It's my belief that if you can find a good primary scrape, every deer in that area will visit it sooner or later. Just remember that not all scrapes are created equal. I hunt in Jackson Parish. I'll try to post some videos of doe behavior at scrapes later.
You can also use just the metal stand to slip a corn sack with a target printed on it over it.
He sure did put a great shot on that deer. Enjoy your time in the woods with him...They grow up SO FAST.
My vote would be coydog.
Good shootin' Roman. Cherish the time you spend in the woods with your children...They grow up so fast.
This is a well know Xpress problem. I had the same problem with my H-18 and the fix is fairly easy. The problem is the vent hose dips below the fill hose between the fill opening and the tank which allows fuel to pool up in the sagging vent hose preventing proper venting. I fixed mine by raising my vent hose above the fill hose and securing it with zip ties. Good luck.
Dude, that's obviously a CHUPACABRA!
Looks to be 3 1/2 or 4 1/2. He could be older though. Our Louisiana deer are hard to age. I agree with Kajuncook on the weight.
Taxidermist says he scores 147.