by NRA Staff - Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Setting up a trail cam doesn’t always produce stellar results, but when you’ve got the right camera set up in the right spot, you can get an excellent perspective on when and where to position yourself come hunting season. The following images were submitted by hunter and NRA Member Jim McTygue and taken in Virginia.
Jim McTygue and John Thoman display the trophies they obtained with the help of trail cameras. After hunting in Virginia for about a decade, in the summer of 2008, McTygue set up some cams in key areas. By identifying the patterns of the various game, he has been able to position himself in the right areas.
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