Saturday, October 30, 2010

How well do you hide your trail camera?

I hid this camera in the fork of some vinemaple limbs that hung head high over this creek bed and covered it with moss. A good deer trail crosses the creek, did get some nice buck and coyote photos there, but this series of pictures show a hiker looking for rocks in the stream bed. He almost ran his head into the camera and am sure he had to lower his head going under the limbs where the camera was hid.


At 6:50 AM, Blogger KB said...

It might sound crazy but would you mind showing a photo of one of your hidden cams? I'm working on hiding mine better but I don't think they're anywhere as well hidden as yours!

At 8:28 AM, Blogger cliff said...

I'll look through my files and see if I have one or two. I mainly use whatever is handy, sometimes I set rocks on each side of the camera and then maybe a flat rock on top or a piece of bark to cover the top. This would be if I have the camera set on the ground just above the trail.

All my cameras are on public land, so if I think someone my stumble by I hide them better. But most people dont' bother the cameras.

At 2:42 AM, Anonymous trail camera said...

To hide the camera is a technique. Although your camera is already camouflage but it's not enough to hide it from thief-hand. I think the position is very important.


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