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Welcome to Trail Cameras Weekly featured on muddy tv,  as you can probably guess this will be a quick video blog every week on trail cameras. Every week fresh video content will be produced to show you how trail cameras relate to whitetails and you as hunters. Content will cover where to put trail cameras, how to set them up, what settings to put them on, quick tips, and a lot more! The videos will be uploaded every Monday to cover what you should be doing with your trail cameras that week!

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Week 5 - Trail Camera Tipsvideo
Trail Camera Tips For The Rut Things are really starting to pick up for hunters during this first week of November. Bucks are moving in daylight, they are becoming more expansive in their home ranges, they are checking, bumping, and chasing does. This is the first week of November stands to be one of the best times to kill your...
Blind setups for late seasonvideo
Blind Setups for Late Season Hunting Week 11 is here and with it a joining of several factors that are finally paying off. Cold temperatures are here, it's currently 25 degrees with a cold front moving through the Midwest. This is what we have been waiting on in terms of the late season, and this is when our preparation really...
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Late Season Doe Management   On this episode of Trail Cameras Weekly, the season is wrapping up fast, leaving a common problem….empty freezers. It is time for some late season doe management! Why? Common sense tells you that several factors come together to force your hand in shooting a couple does on your hunting property. Factors that Lead to Late Season Doe...
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Hunting October Cold Fronts and Acorns It’s now coming around to the second week of October and is changing and has changed from last week’s episode. Just to catch you up on the latest, I discussed mock scrapes last week and how we used them to find our hit list buck Leroy on one of our properties, you witnessed some...
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The “I Wish” Period of Deer Hunting In this episode of Trail Cameras Weekly, Weston Schrank discusses the “I Wish” period of deer hunting season. It’s frustrating to see but after a giant card pull across the properties, only one mature buck seems to be on his feet. The “ I wish” period in the late season is the period that...
The October Lullvideo
Now we are in the third week October…meaning crops have been coming down, are about to come down, or are all harvested around you. Acorns could still plague you, be nearly nonexistent, or are about to be all finished up. Your food plots could be becoming very attractive depending on the species and deer movement/activity is, as always still...
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Trail Camera Tips for the Late Season Week 9 “ November 28th – December 4th” is the beginning of what we label the late season. This week should be more about preparation than actual hunting. Bucks are turning their attention off of does, and back onto food. This switch has them often times coming back to their early season ranges....
How to make a mock scrapevideo
Welcome to trail cameras weekly featured on muddy tv,  as you can probably guess this will be a quick video blog every week on trail cameras and how they relate to whitetails and hunters, we will be covering where to put trail cameras, how to set them up, what settings to put them on, quick trail camera tips, and...
Hunting the rutvideo
Hunting The Rut Lockdown On this episode of Trail Cameras Weekly, Weston Schrank discusses hunting the rut lockdown and Jeremy Flinn capitalizes on a rut lockdown opportunity. November deer activity has been increasing up to this point in the rut. Bucks were moving, chasing, and dogging does and mature bucks made mistakes that could have cost them big. However, as...
Pre-Rut Hunting Strategiesvideo
Its week 4, October 24th-30th and this is the time we live for as whitetail hunters. This is the Pre-rut and it is a great time to kill bucks. Bucks are finally showing themselves in daylight more and more, their constantly checking scrapes, bedding areas, food sources, and travel corridors, for one thing, that first receptive doe. During the...
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Well, it is “Week 6” the second week in November and the past week as you know has been completely slow.  The 80 degree days mean hardly any action in the afternoon and limited action in the morning. Luckily a couple of cold fronts are coming through with high pressure and about 20 degrees lower temperatures than what we...
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How to: What Do Deer Eat During the Late Season? After the point when you identify the rumen and least digested contents of the stomach, you can pick apart the contents and try and apply percentages, or a conclusion to where the deer on this property are spending their time feeding.  The Buck: The buck’s stomach contents revealed most visibly corn,...