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New book, digital technology make deer scouting easy, fun

Digital deer cameras have changed the way thousands of hunters scout their favorite fields and forests, helping many bag the buck of their dreams.

It's been 20 years since Mark Cuddeback of Green Bay developed his first. So many people wanted the camera that in 1989, he founded Non Typical Engineering. Today the Cuddeback name is synonymous with digital scouting cameras.

Larsen's passion for quality wildlife photos and his entrepreneurial spirit led him to team up with friend and fellow outdoors writer Dick Scorzafava of Massachusetts. The duo approached Pennsylvania publishing company Stackpole Books about writing a book on hunting game and monitoring wildlife with the scouting cameras.

"We told them somebody's going to write a book on scouting cameras — it might as well be us," Larsen said. "It's the fastest-growing category in the outdoor market. It's hot."

The result, "Spies in the Deer Woods," was released this fall and features 150 color photos — many of them from Cuddeback's popular online photo contest — among its 160 pages.


About the book "Spies in the Deer Woods" is available at major booksellers or at www.spiesinthedeerwoods.com. Online orders, at $21.95 plus $3 shipping, are signed by the authors.
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