I was interested in what some of you guys that use trail cameras a little more extensively think about this. I just started with the whole trail camera deal this year and have had 3 cameras running about non stop for a month. I hunt an 80 acre farm thats half corn and half woods/swamp (part of it is swampy in the spring but usually dries out with warmer weather). I know there are big bucks there, I've seen several monsters and a lot of nice ones throughout the last few years but the best I've gotten on my cameras are a couple 2 1/2's with a boat load of 1 1/2's. WHERE ARE THE BIG ONES?! I know a lot of people have the big bucks move off into a new area once season starts, does that mean if they arent on my property now I should have a better chance of seeing them soon? Theres tons of does so I know theyll be bucks all over once november gets here but I'm dying for some pictures of a nice buck. Any ideas as to whats going on or maybe a better camera set up? I have one on what we call the right away which is a lane through the woods from a 10 acre corn fieldon top of a hill down to a 30 acre corn field down in the bottom, Another is at an intersection where a couple good trails come together, and the third on on a hump near one of my stands where deer like to hang out because they can see danger coming from anywhere. I had one down in the lower sorta swampy area for a while and all I was getting there were does too.