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    Strapless trail camera

    I remember a lot of folks was interested in the DIY trail cam mounts, but a lot of those people wanted to use them on public land, or lived in areas where it was not allowed to put screws in trees. This includes a variation for those people and some demonstrations as to why a mount is better than straps.


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    Hotter than a what?
    “I go to Nature to be soothed and healed, and to have my senses put together.” –John Burroughs

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunterbob1 View Post
    Hotter than a what?<img src="https://www.newjerseyhunter.com/forums/images/smilies/originals/hihi.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Hihi" class="inlineimg" />
    Lol

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    is that a persimmons fruit.buddy tols me there delicious... i took a big ole bite atta one when it was green like that and it gave me a pucker face. i says haha haa then they told me its loaded with allum and i have to wait til there yellow or red or sumthin. i say i will never eat a persimmons fruit again. deer love them but i say they taste like dry deserts on a horse with no name. deer can have them all lol... as far as brackets any 1/4 20 bolt thru a bendable metal like a lumber or hurricane strap and then strapped to a tree works great too! you just tighten down the screw through a hole made in the metal and bend the metal stap to whatever position you need instead of using tension on a eye bolt. i always put my cameras about 20 feet away and waist level. sure the bears rip a few down but mostly stick there noses in the lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treestandman View Post
    is that a persimmons fruit.buddy tols me there delicious... i took a big ole bite atta one when it was green like that and it gave me a pucker face. i says haha haa then they told me its loaded with allum and i have to wait til there yellow or red or sumthin. i say i will never eat a persimmons fruit again. deer love them but i say they taste like dry deserts on a horse with no name. deer can have them all lol... as far as brackets any 1/4 20 bolt thru a bendable metal like a lumber or hurricane strap and then strapped to a tree works great too! you just tighten down the screw through a hole made in the metal and bend the metal stap to whatever position you need instead of using tension on a eye bolt. i always put my cameras about 20 feet away and waist level. sure the bears rip a few down but mostly stick there noses in the lens.
    lol, no, these were muscadine vines (wild grapes). Ive had a few Persimmons that wasn't ripe in my days too. They aren't too bad once they yellow and rippen

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