EP. 240: DIY Report W/ Chad Sylvester – Fall Trail Camera Strategies

Today on the podcast I’m joined by my buddy Chad Sylvester of Exodus Trail Cameras. I know we’re still in the dog days of summer, but soon we’ll need to shift our gaze from summer velvet to locating hard horned bucks we’d like to kill during the fall. With that shift in mind, your trail camera strategy and placements will need to change in many cases. Today we’re talking all about the summer to fall shift and what trail camera strategies and placements you should be thinking about to make this your best season ever. Hope you dig the episode…and thanks for listening!

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  2. When to shift your cams from summer placements to fall placements
  3. What is the date for fall transition
  4. Where should you place cameras for the fall
  5. Scrapes vs bedding trail camera placement
  6. And much more


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