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Re: OT - shoot a bobcat?

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01BIRDDOG

01-29-2013 05:54:10
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Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeI love to see all the wild game in my area but they are so many of them. We have had released lots of rattlesnakes from airborne drops,mountain lions, wolves not to mention the coyotes are thick as rabbits and owls eat baby chicks for fun. Still a million times better than being even near a city but to answer question of how to deal with these cats------last week on farm pic. Note known length of rifle then look at size of cat.

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Britcheflee

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 Re: OT - shoot a bobcat? in reply to 01BIRDDOG, 01-29-2013 05:54:10  
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Wow! Thats a good sized cat - the one I saw looked pretty darn big and it just strolled off up the pasture looking back at me like saying f you....then it came back and just sat for a while in the driveway - if i had a rifle on me I could probably have gotten it - then it just headed over to the chicken house bold as brass - my neighbour said his dogs have been going crazy past few days - I think it is the bobcat because heads still on, no dog could get inside that fence and I saw paw prints - I am ready now so if it comes back.......going to SSS!

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 Re: OT - shoot a bobcat? in reply to 01BIRDDOG, 01-29-2013 05:54:10  
thats a fair sized one for sure.my dad shot one years ago that stretched right accross the hood of a old international scout and his legs hung straight down on both sides.everyone who saw it said it was the biggest one they had ever seen. he sold it to a fur buyer,and he swore it was a lynx.but no one knew what a lynx would be doing in okla.



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