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Banjo1
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AGM 25 Thermal question????

Anyone Know how does it work in the middle of the summer when the trees are a leafy and hot can it still pick out a coon

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I didn't get mine until First of September but is was still hot and humid here in Arkansas and lots of leaves on the trees. It worked very well. Don't expect it to be easy to find every coon. It can be hard depending on how well you can look at the tree and how many large limbs are between you and the coon. I really like mine and continue to carry it even when the leaves are off. Found a coon in a big pine tree with it just the other night. Also have been able to tell if a coon was in a den with it several times. You can actually connect it with your phone and see on the phone what the AGM is seeing, so you can point it up in a hollow tree at the base and look at the phone. It has become like my garmin, I just don't hunt without it.

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I didn't get mine until First of September but is was still hot and humid here in Arkansas and lots of leaves on the trees. It worked very well. Don't expect it to be easy to find every coon. It can be hard depending on how well you can look at the tree and how many large limbs are between you and the coon. I really like mine and continue to carry it even when the leaves are off. Found a coon in a big pine tree with it just the other night. Also have been able to tell if a coon was in a den with it several times. You can actually connect it with your phone and see on the phone what the AGM is seeing, so you can point it up in a hollow tree at the base and look at the phone. It has become like my garmin, I just don't hunt without it.


What he said!!

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How much

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Check with Travis Shelton, Santa Claus Hardware, Santa Claus IN. He was the best price I could find. $1650 at the time.

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I bought mine early in the summer, I live in the mountains of WV. Very thick foliage and very humid summer, AGM 25 was a game changer. Best tool I have ever purchased for summer time hunting, to better locate coons; and more importantly be able to offer correction to hounds year round. If you can get a view of the tree, the AGM 25 will let you know if there is a coon in the tree. If you use/see one in action at one tree, you will purchase one.

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I bought mine early in the summer, I live in the mountains of WV. Very thick foliage and very humid summer, AGM 25 was a game changer. Best tool I have ever purchased for summer time hunting, to better locate coons; and more importantly be able to offer correction to hounds year round. If you can get a view of the tree, the AGM 25 will let you know if there is a coon in the tree. If you use/see one in action at one tree, you will purchase one.

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I bought mine in late August first of September and it worked the same as it does now, I'm in middle Ga.

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