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How To Hunt Big Bucks With Trail Cameras

It’s hard enough to find trophy whitetails to hunt. It’s even harder to put together a game plan to get within bow range of one during the daylight hours. However, year after year the Last Breath TV team can do just that. Last Breath uses trail cameras to not only find big bucks to hunt but map out each mature buck’s home range and even get within bow range while hunting from the ground!

In Season 2 of Image Autopsy, Last Breath’s Garrett Boelkes breaks down how they use up to a dozen trail cameras on a specific property to investigate the 24/7 patterns of these monster bucks. With this detailed intel, they lay a game plan that uses the most recent information from cell cameras, wind direction, weather, and individual tendencies to position themselves within bow range of 5 different trophy bucks. Each episode reveals the trail-cam tactics they used to get the job done and then shows each heart-thumping hunt unfold.

Check out the videos below or view the playlist at Moultrie Mobile’s Image Autopsy: Season 2.


Using Cellular Trail Cameras To Pattern Public Land Bucks


Identifying and Harvesting a Bully Buck


Picking A Time To Hunt Based On Increased Cell Cam Activity


Predicting The Right Stand At The Right Time With Cellular Trail Cameras


Using Cellular Trail Cameras To Pinpoint Where To Hunt


Using Trail Cameras To Age A Buck


Tracking A Mature Buck’s Patterns With Cellular Trail Cameras


Using Trail Cameras To Age A Buck


Using Cellular Trail Cameras To Track A Buck On A Small Property

The Image Autopsy Hunting video series utilizes trail camera data that leads to the harvesting of some amazing whitetail bucks. In this series partnered with Last Breath TV, you will see how to use trail camera photos, videos, and data to target and harvest big deer and to become a more effective whitetail hunter. See the hunting video series by visiting Moultrie Mobile’s Image Autopsy: Season 2.

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