Whitetail Bucks

Here are some MONSTER BUCKS from my trail camera of large whitetail bucks in Crescent, Oklahoma made into a video. Enjoy!

Here are a few photos of what you will enjoy in the video.

Whitetail Bucks

Whitetail Bucks

Whitetail Bucks

You can see the deer feeder Mike uses in the background to get these awesome bucks to come in to feed.

Moultrie Deer Feeder Standard
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Moultrie Deer Feeder Standard
  • Quick-lock technology
  • Metal spin plate
  • 4 AA batteries are included, allows the Use of Lithium batteries for increased Battery life
  • 30-Gallon hopper
  • Digital timer programs up to (4) Feed times per Day from 1 to 20 seconds each

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Below is one of the trail cams Mike uses to see what incredible prizes are hanging around.

Moultrie Mobile XV-6000 Cellular Trail Camera | Verizon Network, Moultrie Pine Bark (MCG-13478)
  • Cellular game camera sends trail camera images from the field to your smartphone and computer.
  • Operates on Verizon 4G network for the most reliable and trusted cellular service in the world.
  • 16MP images with vibrant, colorful daytime photos. Thanks to the Illumi-Night Sensor, nighttime images are just as bright as clear as the daytime photos.
  • 0.9 second trigger speed captures the fastest of game animals as they pass in front of the camera.
  • For the ultimate in game surveillance, record HD video to reveal where deer are coming from and where they are going.

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2 thoughts on “Whitetail Bucks”

  1. This is really interesting to read through and It is very nice to check through, these pictures are very clear and they are if good quality, I’ve heard of how hard it can be sometimes to get these kind of pictures in the wild considering the safety and all, the camera you’ve recommended is gonna be nice fit for it.

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    • These bucks can be unpredictable, plus they are extremely wary of people. Mike has to work really hard to keep corn out for them, and to not be putting his own scent out when walking into and out of the area, in order to get these photos and not scare them off. It’s a passion and hobby of his.

      Rick

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