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Speaking of Mountain Lions #8090288 12/15/20 03:40 PM
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Got a buddy in Colorado that has dogs and outfits. Here's a couple of monsters his hunters killed last year.
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Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: Stompy] #8090291 12/15/20 03:41 PM
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Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: Stompy] #8090321 12/15/20 03:53 PM
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Now that's some big cats, sorry Texas everything is not bigger down there.

Nice going for your friend !

Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: Stompy] #8090348 12/15/20 04:05 PM
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Who's your buddy? I've been looking for a good outfitter for a mountain lion hunt. Could you PM me details?

Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: Stompy] #8090371 12/15/20 04:17 PM
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We have a good guy in Laramie but Colorado would be much closer for you.

Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: Stompy] #8090381 12/15/20 04:21 PM
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Dang! Those are some big cats!

Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: Stompy] #8090393 12/15/20 04:26 PM
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Monster cats. up


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Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: Stompy] #8090407 12/15/20 04:33 PM
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Two he took this year. For those wondering, he does very few of these hunts for quality reasons and is full this year.
Here are two he took earlier this month.
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Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: Stompy] #8090413 12/15/20 04:36 PM
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Majestic animals.

Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: Stompy] #8090444 12/15/20 04:57 PM
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WOW

Now I would rather get one like that then even a big Muley or Elk.

I've heard those hunts run upwards of $10k
Anyone on here know for sure??


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Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: Stompy] #8090448 12/15/20 04:58 PM
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About what do those big ones weigh?


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Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: ILUVBIGBUCKS] #8090474 12/15/20 05:15 PM
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Originally Posted by ILUVBIGBUCKS
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WOW

Now I would rather get one like that then even a big Muley or Elk.

I've heard those hunts run upwards of $10k
Anyone on here know for sure??

He charges $5000+ license for 7 day hunt, find your own food and lodging. He has 2 spots open for 2022, booked for 2021.

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Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: freerange] #8090475 12/15/20 05:16 PM
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Originally Posted by freerange
About what do those big ones weigh?

No idea, I never asked him.


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Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: TKandMike] #8090477 12/15/20 05:17 PM
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Originally Posted by TKandMike
Who's your buddy? I've been looking for a good outfitter for a mountain lion hunt. Could you PM me details?

Me too please

Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: Stompy] #8090486 12/15/20 05:27 PM
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Originally Posted by Stompy
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About what do those big ones weigh?

No idea, I never asked him.

Does anyone have an educated guess at what a big cat weighs? Just curious, no desire to hunt one.


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Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: b weezy] #8090488 12/15/20 05:27 PM
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Originally Posted by b weezy
Originally Posted by TKandMike
Who's your buddy? I've been looking for a good outfitter for a mountain lion hunt. Could you PM me details?

Me too please

The guy is a good friend and a busy man, so please, only ask if you're dead serious about buying a hunt, no tire kickers. He's a one man outfitter and just does this on the side and usually only does Lion hunts in December. I'm not posting his name and info. If you are dead serious PM me and I'll give you his contact info. As stated before he's booked till 2022 and charges $5000+license with no food or lodging for 7 day hunt in Colorado.

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Those are some real monsters!!

Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: Stompy] #8090620 12/15/20 07:15 PM
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Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: Stompy] #8090751 12/15/20 08:46 PM
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Those make these Texas cats look like kittens. I'd love to do a Mt. Lion hunt.


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Big cats are dangerous, but

Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: Stompy] #8090885 12/15/20 10:23 PM
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That is one big [censored]!!!


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Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: ILUVBIGBUCKS] #8091222 12/16/20 02:33 AM
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Originally Posted by ILUVBIGBUCKS
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WOW

Now I would rather get one like that then even a big Muley or Elk.

I've heard those hunts run upwards of $10k
Anyone on here know for sure??


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The biggest cats I have seen pics of in South Texas both weighed just over 180..they are small compared to those above.


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Re: Speaking of Mountain Lions [Re: stxranchman] #8091267 12/16/20 03:19 AM
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Originally Posted by stxranchman
The biggest cats I have seen pics of in South Texas both weighed just over 180..they are small compared to those above.

Thanks STx. Thats about what I thought. Ive never paid attention to Colo lions but compared to what Ive seen or heard about in Texas they look like an altogether different species(based on size.)


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