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Old 03-19-2012, 02:56 PM
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The first stand was a blank but the rim is over a half mile long, so I suggested we move down the rim and set up again. It's a great rim with boulders strewn along the hillside below it-ideal habitat for a desert bobcat. We set up quartering one of the boulders. We set the Foxpro Fury and Jack Attack decoy 65 yards upwind in case a coyote came in and I started the Foxpro with my usual bobcat standby, Adult Cottontail. After a couple of minutes, I gradually increased the volume to almost max then backed it back down. Then at ten minutes I switched up to the Baby Cottontail sound and a couple of minutes later Ben says he's got a 'cat spotted.Read More...
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Old 03-19-2012, 05:10 PM
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Re: Of Waffles And Bobcats

Nice cat! Win Lose or Draw prayer is always the best way to go. That waiting to hear back is the tough part young or old. Tell Ben congratulations, and keep me posted on the fur buys I'm really interested. Thanks for taking me on another hunt. Carl
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Re: Of Waffles And Bobcats

This 'cat didn't quite measure up to the one you graciously let me take on our coyote hunt but it was a nice specimen none the less! Ben was quite happy and relieved by the outcome anyway!
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Old 03-28-2012, 01:48 PM
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Re: Of Waffles And Bobcats

So, Tim.

How does Ben feel about being "on the cover"?
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Old 03-28-2012, 04:23 PM
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Re: Of Waffles And Bobcats

So far, it's a secret. I didn't find it 'til this morning! I'm sure that having his picture on the Long Range Hunting site will make his day, though!
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Re: Of Waffles And Bobcats

You saw the magazine cover picture on the home page, not just inside the article?
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Oh, my. No, I didn't realize he was on the COVER. Not sure how we'll live with him now! His brothers always tease him about having a big head. Now he'll have a BIG HEAD to go with his big head.
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