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Discussion in 'Varmint Hunting' started by billproxs, Nov 16, 2010.
boyle county, 2 or 3 every year...1 last weekend as a matter of fact
Washington, Clark and Lewis Counties.
The one in Clark walked within 10 yards of me coming into my turkey decoy. What a rush.
i have seen a few here in pike county. had one went by my camera last winter.
Jessamine, Bath, Rowan, Powell, Rockcastle, and Woodford counties.
2 have been killed on our lease in 4 years. I have seen 2 more on the same farm, all in graves county. I have also seen several while driving in far west Ky.
6 all in Lewis
Good thing. Hunting season on bobcats doesn't open until tomorrow at noon.
saw one tonight
2 both in lewis co. One in the fall and called one in while turkey hunting in the spring
Saw my first 2 ever in the wild two years ago while bow hunting south of Henderson, KY. I shot one at 35 yards after squeeling him in (and yes he was in season).
All over Bullitt
One of the guys sees a family of bobcats almost every time he hunts. There is a female with 2 or 3 small ones and some days there is a male that comes by him. It is on our place in Ballard Co.
i killed two in cumberland county last year it was during deer deasonishot a big male 5 min later i killed a female it was trailing the male.. first ones i ever killed
Got a ?female? that lives on the ridge my deer stand is on in Garrard Co. Both my son and I have had her come by on multiple occasions. Landowner likes his wild kitty so we leave it alone.
Saw one in metcalfe county two years in a row in the same spot. I Havent seen it this year. It looked really large and the man down the road said its been here for quit awhile. I hope its still around and didnt die of old age. It sure was cool to see everynow and then.