Author Archives: GameCameraGuys

Moultrie Panoramic 150 Game Camera

Whoa!  The new Moultrie Panoramic Camera is like no other camera out there.  The lens pans around, ever so quietly, and takes a picture of the subject.  It has 3 PIR sensors and can cover up to 150 degrees.  There … Continue reading

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Wildview TGLX8IR Game Camera Review

The new Wildview 8.0 MP version, probably the easiest game camera to use, has some additional features that make it a contender in the $100 class.  An additional 11 IR emitters (bulbs) give the TGLX8IR a total of 35 IR bulbs … Continue reading

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Wildgame Micro 8 RED Game Camera Review – CLOSED

Wildgame Micro 8 RED Game Camera Review – CLOSED : This is a promising camera and one of the first Micro (mini) cameras that Wildgame has released.  We shall see if it can stand its ground with the other cameras … Continue reading

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Cuddeback Attack IR Game Camera Review – In Progress

July 11 2011 – Cuddeback Attack IR Game Camera Review in progress. Received a customer call today in regards to the firmware update. He was unable to obtain the update directly from Cuddeback so we emailed it to him. He … Continue reading

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Checking Your Game Cameras – In and Out Quick!

When checking your game camera, it is a best practice to get in and out as quickly and quietly as possible.  Remember, your scent sticks around much longer than you do, so think twice about what you are doing to … Continue reading

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Tip: Know Before You Go – Game Cameras

This tip is for the first use of a camera whether it is your first game camera or your 50th.  Every once in a while, as with any electronic device, a game camera might not work properly out of the … Continue reading

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Tip: Positoning of Game Cameras

One of the most irritating things about setting up a game camera is to find out that after having the camera in the field for some time, the camera angle was all wrong, pointing too far up or too far … Continue reading

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Native turkey hunt

Beau and Marc shot these two jakes at the Native Outdoors Ranch.

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