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Old 06-28-2012, 02:44 PM
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Default Hiding Your Trail Cameras From Prying Eyes

What creative methods have you guys used to hide your cameras from prying human eyes?
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Old 06-28-2012, 02:52 PM
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I keep most of mine 20 feet off the ground, bring screw in steps to swap cards.
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What creative methods have you guys used to hide your cameras from prying human eyes?

I put a Reconyx in a cedar tree about 14 feet high and told a relative where it was. He went and looked for it and could never find it. I did have some great pictures of the relative.
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I just put up some trail cameras this weekend. I made my own attachments with eye screws that allow me to screw in to the back of the trail camera and to a tree about 11 feet up. I do this for cameras that are in areas where someone could more easily trespass. I can drive my atv up to them and swap cards without having to set foot on the ground. Others I place along trails farther into the woods where someone is unlikely to walk by
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I just purchased a couple of these. Sometimes you need tohide it in brush tops. Straps on trees are dead giveaways
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Gamechaser,

You won't regret it.

Also - more as an FYI than anything I wrote this blog a few months ago on trail cameras for security purposes.

Blog link - Using Trail Cameras For Security Purposes
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Gamechaser,

You won't regret it.

Also - more as an FYI than anything I wrote this blog a few months ago on trail cameras for security purposes.

Blog link - Using Trail Cameras For Security Purposes
That is where I learned about them.
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