There are a number of things that you may want to take note of when trying to take trail pictures such as:
Food Attractants: Bring food and mineral attractants that are allowed to be brought for the purposes of hunting a dear. It will make any deer turn around and pause to take notice of the food’s smell, giving you enough time to take pictures of it.
Liquid Attractants: One strategy is to pour liquid attractants on logs or logs. This increases the chances of a deer staying to savor the scent on the logs and or stumps. This will give you more time to take a good shot using your Hunting Camera.
Water: If you do not have any attractants with you, simply putting water in a good spot will surely get you a deer on your camera’s sight especially during hotter months wherein a deer is likely to thirst fast.
Lanes: Make sure that you create a lane across your camera’s sight. Make sure to consider vegetation in the vicinity which would be blown by the wind. Doing so increases the chances of a clear shot for your camera.
Taking shots in the woods is a great experience and having the right tools and being at the right place will make it convenient.