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Martin84
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Bobcat ?

This is kind of a vague question and I know it varies quite a bit in every situation but ,this is my first year trying to run one ,How far is does a bobcat run it before trees or Bays? And do they usually stay in a certain square mile radius or do they straight line out cross eventually.

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IT ALL DEPENDS, LAST WEEK ONE UP NOT MORE THAN 600 YDS FROM WHERE WE FOUND THE TRACK. 2 NIGHTS AGO 3.4 MILES ONCE IT JUMPED

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A pile of it depends on where you live.

The cats down this way usually run for miles and miles and it isn't unusual to run one all night long at a very quick pace like a deer race before you finally get a shot on it around daybreak. Then if you go out west then it is not unusual to tree em as quick as a long running coon down here or quicker. All depends on where you hunt.

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