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#6553572 - 11/21/16 07:00 PM need help trapping a bobcat
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trying to recover from a bad rotator cuff surgery,remodel a house i want to move into by christmas and had a hawk that killed 6 chickens last week.today i had a bobcat in a tree 20 yrds from my coop jump out when i showed up and ran for the brush...i've never tried to trap a bobcat but it seems i dont have a choice.any tips tricks or suggestions are greatly appreciated or if you are into trapping and want to do it i have a few different properties that are in little elm to aubrey area....thanks

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#6553655 - 11/21/16 07:57 PM Re: need help trapping a bobcat [Re: 30ft jon boat]
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I`ve caught several in live traps with live and dead chickens it work well if you have a large trap , bought mine at tractor supply the largest one they carry with a live well in it .


Edited by breadman (11/21/16 07:58 PM)

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#6555318 - 11/22/16 10:29 PM Re: need help trapping a bobcat [Re: 30ft jon boat]
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Interested in this as well. Do you brush the trap in, cover the top or just leave open and place chicken in the live side?
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#6555415 - 11/23/16 05:32 AM Re: need help trapping a bobcat [Re: Bulldog4949]
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Originally Posted By: Bulldog4949
Interested in this as well. Do you brush the trap in, cover the top or just leave open and place chicken in the live side?
for cats I have never brushed it in just covered the top to keep the bird dry and to keep them from jumping on top and springing the trap. for coyotes and fox I do brush them in on both sides . don't know why the dogs wont go in the trap with out being brushed in . from my experience the cats don't seem to care they are more focused on the chicken . but hey I'm no expert this is just what has worked for me . some may have better ways , I always try new ways to see the response . put a game camera on your trap in video mode and watch how they react , that's what I do.


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#6555981 - 11/23/16 01:50 PM Re: need help trapping a bobcat [Re: 30ft jon boat]
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Bait it with canned cat food. They can smell it from afar and won't hesitate to go for it. Canned tuna works well also.
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