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January 17, 2008



Maybe Pennsylvanias anti-deer game commission should stock some bobcat instead of issuing a bazilion doe tags.

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Killing a deer for meat is one thing. But killing the bobcat was wrong. Especially in CO. It's a cool shot but damn, there are so few cats compared to deer and there's no point in killing them. They were here before us.

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Mr. McGoo

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That's not right. what the hell. What would you have gained from killing that poor cat? If you're still engulfed in the thought that it's so 'amazing', you're sick.
Imagine this. You and I are at the supermarket. There's only one turkey left. It's thanksgiving. We both want that turkey. I take hold of it's leg, you of its breast. I pull a knife and shank you. Lovely isn't it?


hehe.. i'd a shot it too.. good pics man. there soooo many bobcats here in ca.

John Doe in Arkansas

I see the tree huggers are upset. We have so many cats here that the turkey population struggles. The cat should have found a meal somewhere else.

Chris Merideth

Guess the PETA are at it again....Nice shot, people should shoot more of the cats than the deer.

jeff gaskins

bobcats take small deer and they can mess up a herd so kill bobcats


these are really cool shots!!! there are many bobcats where i hunt in Okla. im all for hunting them!!! great shots again!!


this is bullshit and im from oklahoma and i believe in killing to survive and feed your families...not as a recreational sport!!! these cats dont deserve to be killed, u dont use them for thier hides anymore so give me a break...its just trigger happy hunters that like the sight of killing and trophys on their walls..these kind of people make me sick....u dont even see cats that often.i think they should be a proctected species...

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Wonderful story, two hunters and one prey. This cat knows its job, amazing that it smaller the a deer but still manage the lunch majestically. Great photo shoots, they made me hungry :)

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I understand hunting the deer for food but killing the cat was wrong; you should be ashamed of it.


ps: I don't "hug trees"; I hunt deer and it helps me provide good food for my family (I have a couple of kids and could not possibly afford to buy such quality meat for them) and I have worked on farm and with cattle all my life; still killing the cat was unchivalrousa and shameful.

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