A pretty nice one with some "junk"
Some more fighters
A healthy 8 pointer
A nice 8 pointer with some "stickers"
I have had pictures of this guy for three years now - he is tall but is lacking mass. You don't see a lot of antlers like these around here. Very unique.
Everybody loves the fighting pictures. Set up a camera near a scrape and you will get some! Notice that one of these bucks is blind in one eye - the one on the right - indicated by the fact that the eye does not shine. I have quite a few pictures of this guy and he lost vision in one of his eyes. It probably happens all the time based on all the fighting these bucks do. -Gussy
Here is the first batch of trail camera deer pictures. We have been seeing some beauties, we just need to get them a little more active during the day! The weather in Sunset Country has been awesome the past few weeks though, it has been a lot of fun to be in the woods. The colder, nastier weather this week will get them moving a little more.
This is a deer that I have had pictures of for 4 years in a row now. He gets bigger every year.
This is a new one that just showed up this week.
Another new one
A nice ten pointer
A nice one with some junk.
There is more to come in a few days, this is just a sample.
Here is Sunset Country, we are always doing something fun outside...this past weekend we spent a few hours trolling for musky on Lake of the Woods and caught a couple of nice fish. My buddy Mike Reid from Sioux Narrows was the driver and did a good job putting us on some fish!
Brittany Lundy with a beauty musky!
August - waiting patiently for a hit.
Though the open-water fishing season is coming to an end, the awesome weather we have been experiencing lately in Sunset Country has made it tough not to get in a few more days on the water! We have been doing really well for crappies as well as smallmouths, largemouths and walleyes. It's tough to beat the fall fishing when the weather is nice!
I'm also working hard getting ready for the upcoming deer season...look for some new trail cam photos in the next week or so.
We have been getting the crappies on a variety of artificial baits including small jigging spoons like the Northland Buckshot Rattle Spoon, small horizontal jigging baits like the Jigging Rap and Northland Puppet Minnow, as well as a variety of TriggerX and Slurpies plastics tipped on jigs. Fall time is crappie time!