I have never have had to have a reason to get out in the woods I just go when ever I want. Always have and always will. As far as trail cameras I have two but I don't depend on them that much. Most of the animals that I hunt can be patterened as to where they wander to. The trouble with a trail cam is that where the animals are when you take the picture they are not there when the season comes about. Either other hunters or the weather will push them around. Now if I was some place in the southern areas of the states then you would not have to worry about the animals since they say in the same general area, or at least should.
I have 2 but only use one at a time. I should use both but i dont. I primarily use them to see whats moving at night. around here a lot of the bucks go nactural in july and stay that way till bout december. but if you get them on cam at night you know there in the area and get out during the season and possibly jump him in his bed during the day.
One of the most important pieces of equipment that you will take hunting is a good quality pair of optics and they take some care to give you the performance that you want. So here are a few tips.
Use some alcohol and cheese cloth to clean the lenses. I will usually pick up an extra cleaning kit from my optician when I have my eyes examined.
Don't touch the lens with your fingers. If there is a stick or a bug on them blow it off.
Use the lens covers. They are there...