Wow, can you beleive in a few short weeks archery season will be here, in Sputh Carolina it opens up next week, where did the summer go? I hope all of you have a great season. And to help out I am going to try and give you a few pointers so you may be able to get that deer you have been after for years. Now is the time to put out your scouting cameras and feeders if you have not already done so, and planting fall food plots is just around the corner. Before you start putting out your cameras do some scouting to find some good trails and put your cameras so that they are angled toward the trail so you can catch the deer coming down the trail before they get by the camera. Put out actractants and feeders along these trails also, to slow the deer down so the camera has time to trigger, they are a lot of fast react cameras on the market but some of the fastest trigger speeds are still to slow, by putting them at angles to the trails they have plenty of time to trigger, and even have time to get some good video of passing deer. The video setting on your cameras are a great way to see which way the deer and coming from and which way they may be going. I realize time, travel and the cost of fuel may deter the checking of cameras on a weekly bases, the new Covert Black Ops http://www.fulldrawarcheryhsv.com/product-7194-covert-special-ops-code-black-12mp-scouting-security-camera will help with this, for a few dollars a month from ATT you can get up to 1000 text pictures from your camera sent to your phone or email or both, this works great as long as you have cell service in your hunting area. If you hunt out of state it is great to get pictures of the big bucks roaming your area and also to see if you have some un-invited people on your lease or property. So don't wait, get out, scout and put your cameras up, you don't want to miss what is coming down the trail. Hunt hard, shoot straight, and be safe, you owe it to your family to wear your safety harness.