Monday, August 24, 2009

Trail cam photos of whitetail bucks in Indiana

That is such a beautiful site, to think a few years ago we couldn't even get a decent buck on camera. We have come a long way in the past couple of years. We've invested time and effort in food plots, mineral sites, and creating trails. It seems to be all coming together. Now if we could just harvest one. That's the kicker.

I planned on naming all of the bucks this year but since these photos were taken out at Josh's farm, I'll let him do the honors. I'll edit the post later with the names.

We have 2 other properties we hunt, so I will post photos from them later. The next photos comes off my own property of only 4 acres in Martinsville, IN. I've come across two beautiful bucks there. Who says you need 500 acres. Of course, it did help that I back up to 160 acres of undisturbed woods.

Larry Ralph

2 comments:

Rick Kratzke said...

Larry, it sure sounds like you got some nice area's and I look forward to seeing more pics.

SimplyOutdoors said...

That is one heck of a buck in the pictures. Now we both need to do what we haven't done yet: shoot one of these big guys.

Good luck!