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The buck had to lose the antler within the hour of this pic..if you look close you can still see blood dripping. I gave Mr. Fisher a little treat of some raw hamburg..and he obliged by giving me this picture.   sub-zero p41 pics


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Great pictures!  Looks like I'm going to have to invest in some more P41 for next year. 
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Sorry...the buck was from a s-600 at about 5 above zero....the Fisher was a p41 in -0 temps.
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Great shots Joe, no Fisher in my area so that was a treat and catching the buck shortly after he had shed was unique also.....great job !
Was the 600 still taking pictures when you checked it ?

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great shot of that fisher joe,never seen one around me on this side of the state.
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Great shots Joe, no Fisher in my area so that was a treat and catching the buck shortly after he had shed was unique also.....great job !
Was the 600 still taking pictures when you checked it ?


 Thanks Don....the 600 was powered on when I opened it up, but it was around 20 above when I checked it. The fs7 was another story......the lens was extended but nothing worked until it thawed out a little bit.  Never have any issues with the 41s although I usually run lithiums with no externals in the extreme temps.
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great shot of that fisher joe,never seen one around me on this side of the state.
 

Thanks Mike.....I'm guessing it won't be long until they start popping up in your neck of the woods.  Many people despise them...I'm guessing because(like us)they enjoy an occasional Turkey dinner from time to time. They are very interesting creatures that make some horrific noises at night .(do a search on Fisher sounds sometimes)
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OH MAN.  I love the Fisher shot.
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OH MAN.  I love the Fisher shot.


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Nice Fisher pic!  I saw one kill a porky one day while I was out hunting. 
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Nice Fisher pic!  I saw one kill a porky one day while I was out hunting. 


That would be awesome.  We have at least one running our area.  I've only seen it once, but tracks are there and when I caught a trespasser a few years ago his camera had a few pictures on it. 

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Great shots Joe, no Fisher in my area so that was a treat and catching the buck shortly after he had shed was unique also.....great job !
Was the 600 still taking pictures when you checked it ?


 Thanks Don....the 600 was powered on when I opened it up, but it was around 20 above when I checked it. The fs7 was another story......the lens was extended but nothing worked until it thawed out a little bit.  Never have any issues with the 41s although I usually run lithiums with no externals in the extreme temps.



Thanks Joe, had the same problem with both the 600 and FS7 over the weekend. The P41 is easily my favorite when the conditions are as brutal as they have been at times lately and it looks like more of the same to come starting tonight.

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Great shots Joe, no Fisher in my area so that was a treat and catching the buck shortly after he had shed was unique also.....great job !
Was the 600 still taking pictures when you checked it ?


 Thanks Don....the 600 was powered on when I opened it up, but it was around 20 above when I checked it. The fs7 was another story......the lens was extended but nothing worked until it thawed out a little bit.  Never have any issues with the 41s although I usually run lithiums with no externals in the extreme temps.



Thanks Joe, had the same problem with both the 600 and FS7 over the weekend. The P41 is easily my favorite when the conditions are as brutal as they have been at times lately and it looks like more of the same to come starting tonight.


Yeah Don...I guess anything with moving parts(including us) doesn't work as well in sub-zero weather.Lol
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