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Re: A good lure for bobcat? [Re: mp44] #14309040 11/24/19
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Dobbin's PUUURFECT,,,,,,


I tend to use more than enough gun
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Re: A good lure for bobcat? [Re: mp44] #14309699 11/25/19
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I've not seen any carnivores that can resist the scent of the oil from a can of sardines.
I eat the sardines and soak a cotton ball in the oil then hang it from a bush or a stake a few feet above ground.

When using it as bait for live traps I make trails leading into the trap by dragging it several feet in front of the door.


One shot, one kill........ It saves a lot of ammo!
Re: A good lure for bobcat? [Re: mp44] #14315078 11/26/19
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Beaver castor with some cat gland lure and some Cat pee

Re: A good lure for bobcat? [Re: mp44] #14316671 11/27/19
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Andy Weisers Montana long call is deadly on cats

Re: A good lure for bobcat? [Re: Ray63] #14324344 11/30/19
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Originally Posted by Ray63
Beaver castor with some cat gland lure and some Cat pee


I use a hole beaver carcass covered with pine brows to keep ravens off on a pole set 6' off the ground with a 330 below ...bait a month before season opens...

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Re: A good lure for bobcat? [Re: mp44] #14495764 01/22/20
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Feathers are your friend




Re: A good lure for bobcat? [Re: Tom_in_VT] #14512408 01/27/20
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Originally Posted by Tom_in_VT
Leatherwood creek top dog predator bait by Hoosier trapping supply


Leatherwood Creek Scents are very good and developed by the owner of Hoosier Trapper Supply, Charlie Mashcek. He and his son and son-in-law go to Arkansas every year specifically targeting bobcat. His lures has been thoroughly tested in the field. They are very nice people and more than happy to answer any questions you might have.

Re: A good lure for bobcat? [Re: coyotewacker] #14726079 03/30/20
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Originally Posted by coyotewacker
Originally Posted by Ray63
Beaver castor with some cat gland lure and some Cat pee


I use a hole beaver carcass covered with pine brows to keep ravens off..


This will keep them coming back.

Re: A good lure for bobcat? [Re: mp44] #14726138 03/30/20
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Good info. Thanks...


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Re: A good lure for bobcat? [Re: mp44] #14726263 03/30/20
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Bird wing on fishing line with a swivel about 2 1/2' or 3'above the ground, dig a hole down wind and throw whats left of the bird in it. we have a lot of collared doves hanging around our barns I shot a few with my pellet gun, put them in a plastic bag in the freezer I always have bait, once in awhile i get a coyote or a badger with this set. Rio7

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Re: A good lure for bobcat? [Re: mp44] #14934422 06/02/20
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We use PRCC also with a piece of garland for attractant and a googlie eyed mouse or rat for bait.

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Re: A good lure for bobcat? [Re: mp44] #15001991 06/26/20
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The quick answer is Violator 7 for me. GH-II and gusto are time proven too. Equally important is the location and some visual attractor as some have mentioned. Set a trail around somethickets or briars, dry creek bed or rocky drainages. Cats hunt by sight and pretty much walk the path that can be traversed as quiet as possible. Good luck!!


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Re: A good lure for bobcat? [Re: rickmenefee] #15019942 07/03/20
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Originally Posted by rickmenefee
Feathers are your friend


Yep. Hanging from a thread above, dancing with the breeze.


I am..........disturbed.

Concerning the difference between man and the jackass: some observers hold that there isn't any. But this wrongs the jackass. -Twain


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