Whats that saying a picture speaks a thousand words. Last weekend I was able to go and retrieve my stealth camera. I still need to learn more about them because there was only one additional photo on the camera since I had checked it a week before. But that one picture spoke a thousand words.

This was the one photo that was on there. I would love to come face to face with this buck. He’s got a nice spread. So if you have any tips for me I would love them. I’m setting the camera up on a heavily used game trail and don’t believe that this is the only buck walking in front. It could be the case because we discovered on opening morning that the bucks seemed to be hanging out 100 yards further down the hill. But with that said I can’t explain the heavy traffic around the area. Anyway if you use a trail camera and know some tips I would love them. We are leaving tonight to go back up there and I hope to get my deer this weekend so I can get focused on Elk. This year Utah combined the Deer and Elk seasons and made them a month long. I love to hunt Elk it makes the hair on my neck stand on end. Next week I hope I’m posting a photo of me holding the head of this buck up.

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  1. That buck is HUGE! Wow. I would love to have my only picture on cam look like that.

  2. That ol’ mulie has got some height, too. At least it appears so from that angle.

    Yup – the ol’ elk season is about to begin…and there is just NOTHING like it! I get all giddy this time of year and start acting like a teenage girl! 9 days away for us.

  3. Looks like a good one. I’m getting ready to set out some cameras and start focusing on some elk wallows. Good luck this season.

  4. I’d like to shoot that one too! Good luck meeting up with him during season!

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