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Old 12-06-2013, 14:13   #91
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Thank "slick willie" for sending Special Forces soldiers to train the mexican army, 99% of that training now is in the hands of the cartels.
lol Yeah, they just added an item to their "B-52" list,

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Old 12-07-2013, 00:25   #92
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Hi guys, wanted to share a couple pictures of a buck that's been hanging around my property the past month. He's like a bull with antlers. Today I saw him chasing 5 younger bucks, but I only managed to get a picture of 4. I highlighted him with the larger font.

I took the first picture about a month ago, and had to crop it so I apologize for the grainy image. I snapped the second picture today.
That's a Big one...You near a Nuke plant
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Old 12-08-2013, 12:07   #93
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I've heard an old air base nearby is being used as a radioactive dump site, maybe that's the culprit
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Old 12-09-2013, 22:20   #94
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I've heard an old air base nearby is being used as a radioactive dump site, maybe that's the culprit
Think I've been near there, now the extra nut makes sense...


Nice pic's and gene pool.
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Old 02-16-2014, 09:24   #95
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Yesterday

Got my Game Camera set up yesterday afternoon. Got it covering my driveway area. Got some rumpling through cars about once a week in the neighborhood.

We'll see how long it takes to get a picture of Urbanis Criminalis.

Nothing but us coming and going last night.
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Old 02-16-2014, 21:42   #96
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Got my Game Camera set up yesterday afternoon. Got it covering my driveway area. Got some rumpling through cars about once a week in the neighborhood.

We'll see how long it takes to get a picture of Urbanis Criminalis.

Nothing but us coming and going last night.
You need better bait. I put 50 pounds of corn out to bring in deer. Not sure what you might use
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Real-time/remote viewing

Have any of y'all had any luck with GSM cameras? I'm looking for a real-time solution in a remote area. WiFi is not an option.
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When I worked as a biosciences technician for the USDA in Florida, we used to use them all the time. I have had great luck with them. PM me if you would like more info.
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