Taking Down a Bobcat and Keeping Watch on the Property for More Predators

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  • Justin's avatar

    There’s more than that I’m betting. We average 8 every year but last year we caught 15. We also average 25 coyotes every year to. We sure don’t see near that on trail cams

  • Eddie's avatar

    @Justin before deer season started we were getting lots of pictures of coyotes running around, that slacked off when we started going in to hunt. Last year we had lots of bobcats on camera. Our biggest problem is the coons.

  • Charles's avatar

    By the looks of your feeder you need to take out some raccoons!

  • Justin's avatar

    @Eddie sounds like you definitely need to take up trapping. Lol you can get a bunch of dog proof traps to put around the feeder area on trails before the feeder to pick those up

  • Eddie's avatar

    @Charles yes we do have problems with coons for sure. Got some live traps for the coons and about to start removing some from the property. Also, going to be doing some coon hunting soon as well.

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