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tanglefoot

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It was super cold here last week so was glad to see the cams worked ok. Got over 100 pics of two fishers then the batteries died.
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buck66

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nice i have been trying for a fisher pic all winter and still no takers lots of weasel thats it man i need to get a fs7 again love the pics it takes
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cloudyj

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Great pictures, That guy loves  fish!
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coyote08

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Nice quality pics! I like that cam.  The are neat looking animals.
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If I tried a fish the bear would have it quickly.
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woody meristem

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Nice sharp photos -- fishers are really neat critters, glad we have them back.
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cvsetter

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Great pics!!I got to get my fs7 build camera replaced I miss using that set up, takes great pictures.
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ghosthunters

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Those are super pictures... Color and detail are great with the FS7's. Looks like walleye for attractant... Nice setup 
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zaj56

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Great setup....awesome pics!  The fs7 is really hard to beat for pic quality. The Leica lens IMO is what makes the difference. Best Lens there is. Those are some of the best Fisher pics I've seen!
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Gumby

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Those are some pretty nice pics. Clear and sharp. Great setup!
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