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TRAIL CAM PHOTO SETTINGS

 LEARN HOW TO SET IT PROPERLY

The tree on the right, you can see the trail camera set on it, facing an angle down this riverbed wash.

Well, this is a short and simple discussion on how you know if what you are doing is correct. Are you finding it hard to take photos? Yes? Well then read this……………

If you are running a camera and you are new to this photography or are not sure if what you are doing is correct, then do this simple test;

Set up your camera at home or near your farm house that has your farm dogs or cats, make a set with the camera and see after your pets even people, walk past it, check and see if you got them dead centre, if you find you are not getting them in or they are all at one end etc, it means you are doing things wrong.

When I started I tested it on house cats and farm dogs etc, this is a way you can learn fast. FOR TRAIL CAM BAIT that works well is get fishermen’s RED BAIT – ROOI AAS, man it’s a real worker. (also for cage trapping cats)

This is an example of a bad way to set that camera, as an example here it was not worked out at what place the sun goes down, see what happened in the next photo.

And when you make a bait station that makes a critter stop to allow your camera time to take photos, make sure the bait be placed so the critter must work to get it away, like smearing it on a rock placed in the centre of the area etc. Here the bait is on the rock at an angle in this photo with an electronic squeaker under the three small rocks.

 

REMEMBER after you set the camera - before you walk away till later walk in front of the camera once so you know its is set and working, then after it fires walk away and when you come back later prey it shows you have 20 pictures! or more

 

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