Trail Camera Strategies

Trail cameras are not only awesome tools for scouting, they are a great way to pass the time in the off season.  It just so happens that the pictures you get significantly impact the enjoyment level here.  Outside of remmebering to turn your camera on, trail camera placement and position are critical.  Zach shares a few of his best strategies for great pictures here.


Zach Bowhay

A widely published western big game writer and successful western big game hunter, Zach has taken multiple species in nearly every Rocky Mountain state. Zach is an expert elk caller and is highly regarded in the Western Hunting community for both his calling and abilities to successfully hunt elk on public land. He is an accomplished deer hunter as well, and enjoys hunting with both a rifle and archery equipment. He is exceptionally knowledgeable about gear and enjoys sharing his expertise to help others succeed.

2 comments on “Trail Camera Strategies”

  1. Nice tip on making sure that your trail camera is turned on, prior to leaving it.

    I have "heard" that this can very frustrating to come back several weeks later, to check your pictures only to find that you camera was never turned on...

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