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My advice: avoid the Moultries, go Cuddeback. I learned the hard way.
For sure. Camera quality is really no big deal - after all, an 8MP pocket camera is chump change nowadays. The money has to do with trigger time, IR illumination quality, and dealing with glare and low light. Read the reviews out there - one of the top complaints is trigger time. Any camera you get without really good trigger activation and time-to-first-pic might as well not be there, unless you like blurry pictures of animal rumps.I 2nd the idea of avoiding Moultries. The pic quality is fine but the trigger time is too long.
I just bought a wildveiw x8ir from the bass pro shop. $100. AWESOME camera. instead of me typing all about it, heres the link to it on the BPS website
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It takes really good pictures and even better night pictures. For $100 you get alot more than you pay for
Jesus, if you ever want to trap those let me know. I am licensed in NH and MA. NH is $300 a year, but you can use legholds and snares and conibers.
I developed a cage trap that you can mount to a tree that nails Fisher cats.
Yeah, they are making a real comeback. It's to be expected, I guess - a lot less varmint hunting over the decades as farming faded. I, for one, welcome our new allies in the fight against varmints. That will, of course, change should we ever start raising poultry.Lots of cats in the pictures.