Transitioning Trail Cameras from Summer to Fall | Building Whitetails

If you're leaving your trail cameras in the same spot all year long, you aren't getting the best intel at all times. Josh goes through how he chooses camera locations as we move from summer to autumn patterns.

Trail cameras are great tools, but if you aren't getting them where they need to be, you won't get the most out of them. Summer patterns are giving way to fall. Bucks are going solitary, sparring is starting, and before we know it scrapes are going to be opening up and their attention will turn from food, to does.

While you may sacrifice a week or two of pictures now, getting your cameras in position to alert you to those changes as they happen, instead of waiting until the scrapes are opened up and you're a week late, can be critical to your hunting strategy.

It's not just scrapes though. Josh talks about some other areas you can key on with your cameras to alert you to when the bucks in your area hit the road looking for does. When that happens, it's time to get into the woods.

We prepped all year, and now it's here! Hunting season is just around the corner, are you ready?

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