Discussion in 'Crossbow Hunting - Trailcam Pictures & Setups' started by bbahunter, Jan 7, 2017.
Iam starting a 2017 thread, so here we go.
As always great pictures Brian , The deer look well fed at this time of the year .
Thanks for posting
Thanks Joe, they had a good acorn crop this year, and should get through winter well. There were alot of bucks this year, and alot of quality bucks too.
My areas didn't have alot of does though.
X2 Awesome pics. yote needs to go though.
I saw my first deer (6 point) of 2017 today along 22/322 heading up to PSU. He was running pretty fast against traffic along the shoulder of the road. Steep bank (road cut) to his left. We were doing a good 65, and he kept running in a straight line. After we passed him, Chris said "It's a good thing he didn't try to cross the road." I had been too busy watching him to think about that.
Nice deer an look in good shape as said. I like the yote picture an looks like a magnificent animal to me.
Frank, that deer was so close to the cam that i never did get a picture of the head. It is set inbetween 2 trees hidden pretty well, but close ups it will miss at times.
There are some good looking yotes out there, but i hate the little bast@4ds , they just have too many pups to a litter and multiply too much.
these are my all time favorite yote pics i got.
That yote looks very well fed.
That is a picture of one of Gods magnificent looking animals for sure .I couldn't shoot that beautiful animal
I personally have never seen coyotes that are that big and that full of a coat. Look like shepherds IMO. They are the best I've seen.
I could and would shoot him given the chance. The only good coyote is a dead coyote.
But he is a beautiful animal.
Great pictures ! Eastern Coyotes are huge ! I've been after them hard with a caller this winter and can't close the deal ! Called in two but couldn't get a shot . Grey foxes charge in wide open !
I`m no expert and have only shot 2 in my hunting time with an X-bow but I think you have a
" coy-dog " Brian . I downloaded your pictures to show my friend who is a trapper for the Ontario Mystery of Natural Resources . As always great pictures my friend .
That's a real big coyote, great pictures keep em coming.
Here's a some info on coyotes here in Pa. They have a Dna study but I can't find it today.
The freaky buck made it through the season
Great as Always.............
Hay guys I think Brian could have a career in out door Photography
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