One male killed 18 moose in less than a year. This post was a result of Broz mention of cats.This info is from current winter edition P&Y MAG.Brief overview. 10 year study in w central Alberta,Bow valley ,Jasper,Banff, 2500-9300 ft.The big 180# tom was the moose expert and brought down a feral horse in 30 yrds. 1500 kill sites 54 cats w/gps collars. 18 lbs. of meat a day average, high was 41#'s.Males targeted adult ungulates 62%. Males 10,300 mass a year and female w/kitts 9,400 #'s. That is a big bite out of big game. I have had several friends w/dogs and been on quite a few hunts. In the earlier days when no drawing, the outfitter, and avid houndsman did well. When it went to drawing, many in my area drew no tag for multiple years and gave up dogs. I t is expensive to have dogs just for chase and that doesnt pay bills if you outfit.Now with wolf , houndsman are more carefull because wolfs are keying in on a treed cat and killing the dogs. In the last 10 yrs here are a few personal experiances. Friend out hunting on ridge behind house, hears sound, fires from hip and kills 150 # cat. My personal hunting friend, stalked 3 times, killed one at 9 yrd. long bow ID, turned it in.Same year my son was I think 13, stalked twice,same cat shot at w/bow, shot w/22 pellet gun. Same year friend cow called cat to me elk hunting. Friend gutting archery kill deer cat watching. Almost every day I WENT wolf hunting after general, saw cat tracks, 6 sets one day across many miles,different cats. The apex predators are in abundance in my area including the grizz. Which use to be rare to see. Spring bear season some years I have seen half grizz in a 20 bear count. Just a couple years back saw 5 grizz, opening archery.Seen many sows with 2 cubs, 2 yr olds. It is obvious that the game cant keep up with all pressure.