still have the cameras out, atleast until the bucks drop there antlers.Theirs a good chance I'll get more fisher pics,I see his tracks all over the woods when I go out to check the cameras. How long have you been cammin?
I started in late 1996 with one camera but its pretty addictive and now i use three and cam from July to about mid-Jan. The snow usually puts the deer in the cedar yards by then. To much snowshoeing and I don't like the trail it leaves to your cam. All my pics from public land to risky. Starting to set up 10-12 high in trees but that gives an odd angle to photos and decreases sensor area.
Hey woodseye...great pics. I'm in Georgia now, but grew up hunting in the great state of Maine. Those pics bring back a few good memories. My dad still goes up to Jackman to hunt bear and southern Maine (Shapleigh) for deer hunting. Thanks for the nostalgic moment!
bmulley- Good to here from someone whos tromped this neck of the woods huntin. Most of my pics come from the dover-atkinson-charleston area and way up north around silver ridge(where the big deer roam)glad you enjoyed the pics.
I was in Maine for a few years.Used to do alot of fishing up around Ripogenus Dam area. We'd always ride up the Golden Road ( always see Moose on that road) Just missed getting a job at the fish hatchery in Enfield. Great Pictures!!Great State!!!!
Take Care MAX
Hey max. This is a great state to live in heck even the women trap and hunt up here! HeHe saw one girl had 3 nice pine martins from her trapline. Like to get a pic of one of them. Hard state to earn a living in though. I'm going to work on getting some nice Bull Moose pics this coming summer to post.