Habitat-talk's October trail cam Contest

Bill

Administrator
  1. Photos submitted for the contest must have been taken by a trail camera during the current month or the month prior. Example= To be eligible for the June 2022 contest, the photo must have been taken with a trail camera during May 2022 or June 2022.
  2. Photos must be submitted on or before the last day of the month for the contest to be eligible. Example= March 31st is the last day to enter a photo in the March contest.
  3. The winner is decided by the photo that receives the most "likes", counted on the 10th day after the end of the month. Example= Photo with the most "likes" on July 10th is the winner of the June contest. In the event of a tie the photo that was posted first will be deemed the winner.
  4. Members can submit up to 5 photos per contest (one photo per post), however no photo can be submitted into more than one contest.
  5. Members can "like" as many photos as they wish. (Participation is key to this working. Don't wait until the end of the month to vote for a winner, "like" photos as they are posted if you like them).
  6. Categories to be announced on a monthly basis.
  7. Any and all disputes or questionable entries will be reviewed by Admin and handled accordingly.
  8. The category for this month is restricted to (No restrictions)
This year no monthly prizes but we’ll put all monthly winners in a best of best for a really nice custom built knife.

End of year prize for the best it the best https://habitat-talk.com/threads/trail-cam-best-of-the-best-contest-prize.14789/
 

Native Hunter

5 year old buck +
This lady didn't forget to put on her stockings:

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Hoytvectrix

5 year old buck +
This might be cheating, but I put together a compilation of a few trail camera videos of two days of a moma bobcat with two kittens and teaching them to hunt. There are some really neat vocalizations by her in there so turn the volume up. The two cameras are less than 80 yards apart and face each other on the same end of an ag field.
 

Bill

Administrator
History.

I filmed this buck 3 years ago during rifle season and should have shot him. He was a 6 point and big as a horse. Had to be at least 4 then. Named him “Vito Bagadonuts” because he’s never had a neck, just a chest and a head. We don’t get many pics of him. Only once this summer but when pre rut starts he comes calling now and then.

Number 1 on my list! He’s 7 plus years old. He won’t score high but I want him….

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Turkey Creek

5 year old buck +
History.

I filmed this buck 3 years ago during rifle season and should have shot him. He was a 6 point and big as a horse. Had to be at least 4 then. Named him “Vito Bagadonuts” because he’s never had a neck, just a chest and a head. We don’t get many pics of him. Only once this summer but when pre rut starts he comes calling now and then.

Number 1 on my list! He’s 7 plus years old. He won’t score high but I want him….

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Damn that deer has a neck on him! It shouldnt even be swelled from the rut yet.
 

Troubles Trees

5 year old buck +
This 8 was chasing a doe this morning, grunting every step was cool to see a chase. I gave him a pass, a younger me would have pulled the trigger lol
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Terrible picture of the screen but this camera takes grainy dusk/dawn pics and straight black with glowing eyes at night. Ya work with what ya got lol.
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This guy is wider than he looks here.
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A better show of his width.
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