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Discussion in 'Varmint Hunting' started by billproxs, Nov 16, 2010.
Yes, Meade and Breck. Counties.
Several dozen. I saw one last friday evening in Breathitt Co. . Plenty of them around here.
Ive seen 2 in the wild both in Estill Co. on the Ky river. One I unintentionally spotlighted while frog gigging... the other one I was squirrel hunting and shot a squirrel and half way between me and the tree he was in, a bobcat jumped up and grabbed my kill and ran another 35 or 40 yards and turned around looked at me and ran off. I firmly believe we were hunting the same squirrel.
graves and carlisle,called in several and have seen several while deer hunting
I've seen several in Adair Co. Three on the farm I deer hunt (possibly the same cat) and others at random times anywhere from mid-day to midnight. Most recent was about two months ago crossing a field at 3 in the afternoon.
Whats your point Bill?
Boone county 1989 after I had arrowed a massive 12 with my bow and never found.
Just curious to see how common Bobcats are here in Kentucky.
Not that common Bill. Populations are spotty to say the least. The best population of bobcat I know of is crittenden co. Seems like you can't hardly move up there without stepping on sign. Calloway co has a much better population than graves. Hickman county is pretty fair as well.
The big problem is getting one in front of the gun while it's legal. ;-) Jimmie
Lawrence county. About 25 years ago.
according to f&w graves has one of the highest population in the state.it has been a couple of years since i talked to a biologist
Have trapped 3 in Bullitt Co in the last few years.But I never see any roaming around.
The state bag limit is 5 bobcats. That should tell you there are plenty around.
we have killed some paSt two years in cumberland county. i seen one frist day of deer season this year and couldnt get a shot on it