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Deer Stalking… reliable word of mouth recommendation from someone you know has undertaken such stalking being offered by a specific syndicate is best. Like other walks of life, stalking has its scammers. E.G., make sure there is deer, of the species sought, on the land being made available; that appropriate insurance is in place; that there is recourse for recompense if it all goes wrong. In addition, obtain and understand terms and conditions; consider the implications of allowing a syndicate leader to be a FAC mentor; make sure ‘coaches’ are suitably qualified; consider the quality of deer management, the construction & execution of a shooting plan and safety; determine if the land is over-shot.

If in doubt, contact BASC or similar.

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 Post subject: Re: Trail Cameras
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 Post subject: Re: Trail Cameras
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You don't even need proper nightvision to see the IR on trail-cams, most camcorders and phone cameras can see it too :bad:


Pretty well any camera can pick it up, forget NV. The lower end units can easily be seen with the naked eye. My wifey spotted one immediately.....It aint getting used.


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 Post subject: Re: Trail Cameras
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My Bushnell trail cam has let water in, yeah it was covered in snow for a couple of weeks, but not impressed given the price - Does anyone know of any trail cams that aren't made in china out of crappy plastics?


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