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PostPosted: 09 Mar 2007, 13:48 
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This coyote swam out to a beaver run where I had a #330 set with some scent. He must have been pawing at the sent and somehow set the trap off. I caught him by his front right foot in that #330 set for a beaver.

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Not a really big beaver but he made blanket pretty easy.

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My first bobcat!! A 51in tom. I caught him in my last trap that I was going to pull on the last day of Oregon Bobcat season. He had worked the set three times or so before I finally caught him. I got him in a #3 double longsping newhouse. I was really happy.


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PostPosted: 09 Mar 2007, 13:51 
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Great pictures! :D (I edited your message... the "[img]"%20goes%20immediately%20before%20each%20picture's%20URL%20and%20the%20"[/img]" goes immediately after it.)

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Awesome pics! Looks like you had fun and did well. Congrats on the first bobcat.

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Great pics! Lets see some of your Fur Shed, inside maybe.


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 Post subject: Nice 'Cat
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Congrats on your 1st Bobcat, bud. They really are magnificent creatures. I really wish we had enough of them here in Indiana to be able to trap and hunt them. It has to a real rush to catch one, especially a 51# Tom ! 8) Thanks for posting the excellent pics !

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Now that is a nice cat. Great Job!


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