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Great DIY for trail cameras. #2506087
06/13/18 01:25 PM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COgtumW3sAs

Thought y’all would like this. Definitely will be doing this.

Re: Great DIY for trail cameras. [Re: rolltidehunter] #2506121
06/13/18 02:53 PM
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Re: Great DIY for trail cameras. [Re: Shaneomac2] #2506131
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Pretty creative but why not just use the strap that comes with it and strap it on the tree?

Re: Great DIY for trail cameras. [Re: rolltidehunter] #2506140
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A lot of times a thief will see a strap before the camera itself due to camera usually is camo and strap is black or brown which could stand out. Other reason if strap get chewed up by squirrels or buckle breaks. Also with this you can tilt and adjust to makw correct angle,so you don’t have to wedge stick behind top camera to angle down. This is for private land only of course, can’t screw anything to tree in public land.

Re: Great DIY for trail cameras. [Re: rolltidehunter] #2506365
06/13/18 09:16 PM
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Thanks for posting this. Had a strap loop break off the back of one of my newer Bushnell cam this past season so these will work perfect.

Re: Great DIY for trail cameras. [Re: rolltidehunter] #2506379
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I think the straps stand out due to them running in a horizontal line when everything else natural is running vertical. And like mentioned the color. I spray paint mine green and brown like a camo pattern

Re: Great DIY for trail cameras. [Re: rolltidehunter] #2506531
06/14/18 07:51 AM
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I like to add a slice of automotive rubber heater hose in place of or between the steel washers and under the camera itself. It gives you more 'bite' and you won't find your camera dangling after a few weeks in the weather. I also found some thumb nuts that make attaching the camera stop easier than the tiny 1/4" standard nut. I then paint it all flat green.

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I use wrenches to tighten down the clamp to help ensure they don't slip but a wingnut will do almost as well if you crank on'em a bit and can hold the head of the bolt from turning.

Last edited by trailertrash; 06/14/18 10:43 AM.
Re: Great DIY for trail cameras. [Re: rolltidehunter] #2507170
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Re: Great DIY for trail cameras. [Re: rolltidehunter] #2507347
06/15/18 01:58 PM
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Dang good idea! Thanks for sharing.


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