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Even though we are very busy in the srping and summer months operating the guide school, guiding fishing trips, and hunting bears in the spring, we are always on the look-out for big game.  We take note on how the herds look for health, where they are calving, and what antler growth is looking like.  Our binoculars go with us everywhere!  When we can’t be there to do some scouting, our cuddeback cameras are doing the job for us.  I have quite a few cameras set up on active trails, wallows, mineral springs, and water holes.  Below are some recent pictures taken from trail cameras placed in our hunting grounds.  These animals are living in places we’ll actually be hunting during the fall season.  Check in from time to time to see what’s showing up on our cameras!


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