Howdy, dammit! The name’s Harold W. Weaver, and I know a thing or two about hunting, scouting, and getting things done. 12 years of hunting equips you with a lot of knowledge, and I figured one day that I’d share a bit of that knowledge with a few people on the internet. So, what better way to do that than to start a blog? Outdoorsman though I may be, I’m not completely useless with a computer, and I do work with technology a fair amount every now and then.
So, I figured, why not do a blog about hunting “technology”? And by that, I mean those nifty trail cameras that have made scouting and trailing so much easier nowadays? You wouldn’t believe how useful a good-quality trail camera can be when scouting out for a trophy buck. Or, maybe you do know, which is why you’re even here in the first place! Well, no matter what you’re here for, my blog may be of some use to you.
Here, on this blog, I’ll be explaining the different experiences I’ve had with some of the trail cameras out there. As it turns out, there’s a lot of good cameras out there, and a lot of bad ones too. And it’s not easy telling the difference between the two, especially if you’re not entirely sure of what to look for! Here, I’ll tell you exactly what to look for, as well as give reviews and recommendations as to what trail cameras to get and which ones to avoid.
As for myself, I’m 35 years old, living by myself here in Central Texas. I take to deer and rifles a bit better than I do people, so more often than not I’m out in the woods than I am in any city. I do have a wife I occasionally keep in contact with… nah, I’m kidding. Michelle is the love of my life, and the both of us are a razor-sharp hunting team. Not much gets past us, I’d like to think.
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