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I'm new to varmint hunting and have had good success with some fox. I'm interested in bobcat hunting. Can I get some advice on what to do and maybe where to look for them. I have land to hunt in Kerrick MN.

Thanks Randy

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rwk--I don't know if this will be of any help or not, but I'll throw it out there. During the cat season I put a few snare sets out for them, and the #1 place where I have had the most success is little crick bottoms and drainage ditches. For whataver reason in the area that I'm in cats run these.

A couple of years ago during the muzzleloading season a neighbor of mine saw two cats running a dry creek bed. He bought a Foxpro caller and his first night out got a nice female. A couple nights later he went out to the same spot and got the tom. A ptetty rare feat, but I guess it can happen. You got a couple days left......go get one and post some pics!

Good Luck!

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I do have a foxpro which works great for the fox i shot so we will see what happens tomorrow.

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