Spies in the Deer Woods: How to Hunt with a Scouting Camera

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One of the hottest new tools for hunters, the scouting camera has become a deer hunter's best friend. Scouting cameras, triggered by heat and motion, provide clues to the habits and whereabouts of deer traveling through your favorite hunting area. Wildlife watchers and families are using these cameras, too, because they enjoy knowing what passes by when no one is around. The authors give advice on how to buy the right camera, how to set it up in the optimal location, how to encourage wildlife to visit, and how to...
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Spies in the Deer Woods: How to Hunt Game & Monitor Wildlife with a Scouting Camera

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Overview

One of the hottest new tools for hunters, the scouting camera has become a deer hunter's best friend. Scouting cameras, triggered by heat and motion, provide clues to the habits and whereabouts of deer traveling through your favorite hunting area. Wildlife watchers and families are using these cameras, too, because they enjoy knowing what passes by when no one is around. The authors give advice on how to buy the right camera, how to set it up in the optimal location, how to encourage wildlife to visit, and how to interpret the photos you get. Spies in the Deer Woods is full of ideas on how to use these cameras to scout out your next big buck or bear.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780811735124
  • Publisher: Stackpole Books
  • Publication date: 9/1/2008
  • Pages: 184
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Dick Scorzafava
Dick Scorzafava is a well-known hunting guide, speaker, and outdoor writer. He and his wife, Stackpole author Lorelei, live in Massachusetts.

Walt Larsen is a long-time outdoorsman and scouting camera enthusiast and is president of Scales Advertising. He has many years of experience with scouting cameras. He lives in Minnesota.

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Table of Contents


Foreword     iv
Acknowledgements     vi
Introduction     viii
All About the Camera
How a Scouting Camera Can Make You a Better Hunter     1
The Inside Scoop on Scouting Cameras     7
How to Buy the Right Scouting Camera for You     17
Scouting Cameras and Your Computer     25
Hunting Deer With Your Scouting Camera
How to See What Is Out There     30
Tracking Trails     39
Scouting Scrapes and Rubs     45
Using Scouting Cameras with Food Plots and Feeders     56
Analyzing Your Scouting Camera Photos     69
Scouting Cameras All Year Long     74
Scouting Cameras as a Management Tool
Informal Herd Surveys     81
Formal Herd Surveys     89
Designing a QDM Strategy Using Your Scouting Camera     98
Tracking Survey Results from Year to Year     108
Other Uses for Your Scouting Camera
Using Your Scouting Camera to Hunt Bear and Other Game     115
Getting People Interested in the Outdoors     135
Wild and Crazy Ways to Use Your Scouting Camera     143
Taking Award-Winning Photos with Your Scouting Camera     150
Using Your Scouting Camera as a General Surveillance Tool     166
TheFuture of Scouting Cameras
The Changing Technology in Scouting Cameras     175
Index     180
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    Sneeks up on a small deer and attacks killing it

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