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Where to hunt Grey fox and Bobcats?

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I just started predator hunting. At my ranch in tx there is a big hay field, a foresty kind of area with ponds and also there are areas that have thick green brush with thorns and stuff. Ive called in a coyote with my brother but we couldnt get a shot on it and it ran. weve beens using just a cottontail distress. We called the coyote in at a field near some thick brush. Our neighbors have shot grey fox and also bobcats. Ive read at some places that its really hard to hunt coyotes during the summer especially in tx, is this true for grey fox and bobcats? Where would i be able to find the fox and bobcats? Any help is useful, thanks.

O yeah and during the winter we heard the coyotes very close to our house there so im not too worried about getting the coyotes..mainly the bobcats and fox.

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You're not gonna get any responses here to your question as you are in Texas and this is a California site. Most of the people that frequent this forum are usually further west than west texas...lol.
If your neighbors are getting gray fox and bobcats, you should be too. Try hunting at night as it is too hot during the day and hunt with a partner. You can also try http://texaspredatorposse.ipbhost.com, it's a Texas forum where my friend "Bobcat" is moderator and he'll help you out.
good luck

Edited by onecoyote, 13 August 2009 - 06:49 PM.




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The bobcats like cover and are hesitant to step out into the open with no cover. They're not rea smart, but they are masters of using cover to conceal themselves. The few times I've hunted Texas we found grays in treed areas with a notiable absence of coyotes. Good luck and let us know how you do.



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all you need to do is invite me over to help. That'd do it.... pretty much.

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