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03-10-2008, 01:29 AM
5th Annual JHO Game Cam Pic Contest

Contest Rules:

Please post only one pic per category. You can post the same pic in several diffferent categories. No editing or changing pic allowed after 4 hours from original post.

Please just post pics, we'll hold off for comments until after the contest.

Pic must be yours, your families or friend's. No ripping pics that you don't own or have copyright to. If you cheat you're out of the contest.

Pics MUST NOT have been used in previous contests here.

Pics must be from home made or commercial game cams. No pics taking by regular cameras that are not part of a game cam (camera trap).

You can enter the contest under one name only, if you enter under more than one name you will be disqualified.

You can retouch or edit your pics with photo editing software if you want to.

No pics with ads or URLs on them (exception for the cam manufacturer). If you post them they will be removed

For the video category you can post a link to your video. If you need help posting a video please let us know and we can get it uploaded for you.

Please add location, date, time of pic and camera model and setup if you want to.

If you need help on how to post your pics here or how to resize your pics go here. (http://www.jesseshunting.com/forums/index.php?showforum=55)

You can test posting your pics here. (http://www.jesseshunting.com/forums/index.php?showforum=55) Please do not test posting pics here in the contest forum.

Contest will end March 31 2008. Voting for best pics will take place and prizes awarded then.

Good luck http://www.jesseshunting.com/forums/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/smiley-dancin-red.gif and remember this is for fun

Predator 1
03-23-2008, 08:51 AM
Last spring I made a waterfowl loafing platform out of foam and a plank off an old pallet. I drilled a hole at both ends of the platform, and pounded conduit poles through the holes and into the substrate of the wetland to anchor it.

I left one pole a bit longer and attched a camera to it. The set-up worked so well that I ended up building two more, and was able to get some pretty nice pictures of waterfowl over the spring and summer.

03-23-2008, 01:12 PM
Picture of my homemade wireless video camera set-up. Box contains transmitter, circuit board, and battery, and mounts 6 feet above camera / motion sensor on tree. Units on right ,are receiver, and homemade video switch. Cables from video switch, goes to vcr. and automaticly records incoming video and audio. and plays on monitor tv. Records color/day. IR/night. Both sample videos taken roughly about 1/2 mile away. Have transmitted video over 2 miles with good line of sight, and regularly over one mile with good antennas
Links to a sample day video, and night video.
http://s173.photobucket.com/albums/w70/dad...est1-0001-1.flv (http://s173.photobucket.com/albums/w70/daddy_duncan/?action=view&current=daytest1-0001-1.flv)
http://s173.photobucket.com/albums/w70/dad...apples-0001.flv (http://s173.photobucket.com/albums/w70/daddy_duncan/?action=view&current=deereatingapples-0001.flv)

Headhunter 421
03-25-2008, 09:29 AM
My homemade anti-theft device.