Spy Cam – February 2022

Trail-camera photos from the Georgia woods

Reader Contributed | January 31, 2022


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Big Beaverdam Bear: This trail-camera photo captured a bear in the Big Sandy Creek area of Wilkinson County just 100 yards north of Beaverdam WMA. Frank Bone got the picture last May 19 at 6:07 a.m.


Crop Duster: When you get an alert that the cellular camera has some midday action, this isn’t the image a hunter expects to see! John Donalson, of Camilla, sent this photo that his brother got from a camera that was set up on the edge of a Grady County cotton field.


Nice Shot! These photos and the following account were submitted by GON subscriber David Miceli, of Carrollton. “A good friend of mine, Rodney Smith, hadn’t hunted for over two years when his sons convinced him to try his hand at bowhunting a small parcel of land in Carrollton owned by his older son, William Smith. His younger son, John Allen, had scouted the property and placed trail cameras up near heavily traveled areas. Within minutes of getting in his stand, Rodney saw activity, but not the big one. Then it happened—a shooter came in! Rodney kept his head, took his time, and let the arrow fly. Unknown to him at the time, the impact was captured on one of his son’s trail cameras. Check out the placement of Rodney’s first bow-kill. We should all be so fortunate on a first bow-kill.”

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