hey man,make sure you get the wildlife active scrape to put in the dripper,it comes in a 4oz bottle,then get you some wildlife golden estrous to put in the scrape every time you go hunting,goodluck man and i hope it works for you like it did me last year.kill a biggun for me man.let me know when you put it out....
make sure you get the wildlife research products,they are the best you can get in the stores,unless you get jackies deer lure which is by far the best...have a safe and fun deer season bro,talk to ya later man.
Those are great cameras.The lens you have are fine.The 70-300 should put you on some deer easy.The main thing is to read the manual and practice alot.I cant say this enough,HOLD YOUR CAMERA STILL WHEN YOU TAKE THE SHOTS.Set your camera on spot meter ,use the center dot in your viewfinder.Practice and hold it still.Good SHOOTIN AND POST YOUR PICS UP.
hey there cornpile.. i know you dont know me, but i love looking at all your pics.. kinds seemed like something i might like to do.. so while on vacation i got a great deal on a nikon d3000. it came with two lenses.. one which is 18-55mm. and one is 70-300mm. i guess my question is are these big enough to get some close shots like you do, and do you have any good pointers? thanks for taking the time to read, and if you can help i really apprciate it.. doug