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Frost on cam lens
« on: December 05, 2017, 08:30:38 AM »
I've been hunting out of State for three weeks and set up three trail cams. Two on deer gut piles and one on a deer scrape.  Checked them once a week, the scrape trail cam was getting frost on cam lens, anything that could be pur on the lens to stop it from frosting up?
I head back to Washington here in a couple of hours,I left the cameras to get more pics and videos that I can post when my brother mails them to me in a few weeks.
The crows, foxes and coons love the gut piles, the coyote Haven't found them yet.

We took two bucks right near the scrape and there are three others checking it out after the two were killed.
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