Cedar Hollow

40 acres nestled in between hundreds of acres of paper company, state and county land.

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Reply cedarhollow
7:52 PM on February 10, 2013 
Hi Greg. No cabin yet. Plans are drawn up, but have to find the time to get it done. Become a member on my free forum for on information on building homebrews.
http://camtrapper.com/

~Sean
Reply Greg Douglass
4:35 PM on February 10, 2013 
Love your site and camera trap photos. Very impressed. I'm envious of Cedar Hollow, and I'm sure you must have the cabin finished by now? Anyway do you have an instruction manual for downloading or viewing for a cheap homebrew as I'm very interested but totally uneducated in their construction. Any help or specific advice on reading material that would take me through the process from beginning to end, to include the necessary tools and recommended components would be greatly appreciated!

Cheers,
Greg
Reply Martie
7:55 PM on January 31, 2013 
Love the old motor home!
Reply cedarhollow
1:48 PM on May 6, 2012 
Yes it is and thank you!
Reply Terry Bailey
11:36 AM on May 6, 2012 
Is this located near Asp Rd. near Floodwood, Mn.? If so, we know the area and found your pictures amazing. You need to sell more calendars and/or cards.
Reply Steven Mitchell
7:40 AM on April 29, 2012 
Enjoyed viewing your site.Keep up the fine work.



my site : whitetailsinsight.com
Reply Kevin Veinott
6:20 PM on February 15, 2012 
Great site Willy, love the pictures and teh mobile camp....looks like a honey hole...

AKA novascotiahunter
Reply Steve Brown
8:05 AM on December 31, 2011 
I like your pictures. I am Camfan from OT. Keep it up. I have been working on my sets to get the better pictures I want. You and a couple others are what I am using as models on how to get better pictures. I use Camtrakker and just bought 5 from the days when they used P41, 32 and 600. So now I have to mess with them to get the quaility color and focus you get :) My biggest problem with them is they are so slow.
Any way love the site. It looks like the right place to be
Reply Jim Vokes NY
9:01 AM on October 14, 2011 
Fabulous story and what a great location to hunt! I always wanted to own my own hunting land but it never materialized. Enjoy all your posts on the various forums and good luck and continued success.
Reply David Strait Jr.
3:29 PM on May 27, 2011 
Great camp and pictures.Some of the best pics I have seen.