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Bobcat down #7659781 11/12/19 07:07 PM
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Crept in to cottontail distress and crow cackles.
At about 70 yards he raised his head up to see over the grass and I put the crosshairs on his white throat patch,
Nosler 53gr Varmageddon did the trick.


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Re: Bobcat down [Re: supersixfour] #7659833 11/12/19 07:55 PM
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up They are sneaky critters for sure.

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Nice one- that's a pretty cat, Mike.


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Originally Posted by TX_LT230FH
Nice one- that's a pretty cat, Mike.


Thank you, I don't know much about Bobcats but he was pretty heavy, about 20 lbs I'm guessing.
Had some heft to him.


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