2 replies [Last post]
Offline
Joined: 11/22/2010
Posts: 1
Couple cats

 

 

 www.arrowheadoutfitter.net

 

 

PreviewAttachmentSize
DSC00457.JPG
DSC00457.JPG3.58 MB
3n53mb3p95Y65S65R6aac88454f18e33715b0.jpg
3n53mb3p95Y65S65R6aac88454f18e33715b0.jpg10.84 KB
elkkill06's picture
Offline
Grand Slam Challenge Winner!
Location: Fruita Colorado
Joined: 02/02/2009
Posts: 1951
Cool pics !!!

Coldtrack,

Thanks for sharing the pics and what a cat that first one is ! Thumbs up Also welcome to BGH !

groovy mike's picture
Offline
Grand Slam Challenge Winner!
Joined: 03/19/2009
Posts: 2496
impressive cats!

Those are pretty impressive cats?

What method do you use for cat hunting?

I have of course seen them run and treed with dogs (not in person but on TV and in print) but one fellow I know maintains that cats really aren't hard to kill you just need patience and endurance.   

He waits until the snow is deep then drives until he finds a fresh track cutting the road.  After that he says that all that you need to do is to stay on the track.  By the end of the day the cat gets sick of floundering through the snow and comes to bay in some tree or on a rock.

According to this fellow, all you have to do is walk up and shoot them!  You don't even need a dog!

Of course you DO have to be able to go cross country in deep snow for several hours...but that's all their is to it! 

As fantastic as this sounds, I actually belive him.  He's a professional outfitter that seems to know his stuff, so I think he is telling the truth although I really don't have any way of verifying it.  

Related Forum Threads You Might Like