Sunday, January 31, 2010


It's time for a late season update. I was able to get my cameras back out in the woods a couple of weeks ago. I placed one about a mile out (near where I killed my deer this year). The other was placed in a small saddle where I located two large runs where the deer are crossing a brook. This area is nice because the brook runs off the mountain in a fairly deep ravine, which I can use to access the saddle without spooking deer. Today I checked this camera. There were deer tracks everywhere and I had 78 pictures on the camera in just 2 weeks. A few bucks, one of which was a 5 pointer that I had pics of during the season checking a scrape. A 4 point that I have never seen or had any pictures of. The last appears to be a small racked 6 or 8 point. He has already lost his antler on the right side. I had lots of doe pictures, the does appear to be grouped up (one pic showing 4 in a group). The bucks still seem to be running solo. I still haven't been able to get out to the other camera, maybe next week.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

NH deer that made it

This small spike was under my tree stand while I was sitting a stand in MA. The other photo is two does that walked by the stand about 45 minutes before my son went to sit it.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Saturday, January 9, 2010


this buck made it through the season with his horns still intact. picture was taken this past week the date is wrong but the time is right. i had 21 pictures on one camera and 19 on another, this was the only buck. i never saw this one during the season or even had his picture. i did have his picture last year though.

Monday, January 4, 2010

Made it Through

I had a camera out in the spot I saw the nine does from Dec 24-28. I sat it Christmas eve but saw nothing. I pulled it on Dec. 28 about noon. There were almost 100 pictures. These are pictures of two bucks and a button buck that were in the area on Sunday between 1125 and 1140 AM. One of the bucks has already lost an antler. He has one horn with 4 PTs on it. The other buck has two antlers but one appears to be broke off on the left side. The button buck is next years keeper assuming he survives. I never saw any of these bucks during the season and I don't have any pictures of these either. I saw 4 different bucks in this area but I don't have any of them on camera late in the year.