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Amos & Buster
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Bobcat Hounds & PA

I was lucky enough to draw a tag for the 08 season and would like to harvest my bobcat over hounds. I hunt blueticks and would like to arrange a hunt for later this fall / winter. If anyone knows of anyone or is interested in taking me along, that would be great. Thanks for the help...Jesse

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CasB
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Jesse,
Where are you located in NEPA? We have several tags in our group and might have a dog or two that will run a cat. PM me your number - we'll have to discuss further.

Cas

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tsizemore
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hounds

when did pa start allowing dogs on bobcats when i lived there it was just to trap them

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SNOWSHOERUN
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I guide for cats with hounds. Let me know if your interested.

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Budd Denny
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I guide for cats with hounds. Let me know if your interested.

Who I think it is?

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SNOWSHOERUN
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It may be.

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Budd Denny
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Hey Dan, did your buddy ever find a replacement dog.

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Amos & Buster
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Snowshoerun

I might be interested in a guided hunt if I cant't arrange to hunt with some folks a friend of mine hunts with...What do you have to offer?
Thanks,
Jesse

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I run strictly cats with my hounds. I guide cat hunters and have 1 hunter booked and 2 others wanting to book. If things don't work out let me know. I'm on the guide list.

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pavarmit
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Registered: Jan 2008
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I hunt with casb we are in Lackawanna county. We run bobcats from time to time. We have a couple treeing dogs cas has plotts and i have blueticks. But we also run them with foxhounds. We have never had a tree but we have run lots of cats seems like the cats here don't tree to easilly.

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There's a big difference in a hound that can bark on a cat track and one that has the brains to keep a cat going and the speed to put it in a tree or catch it on the ground. That's why a guy may go through many hounds before he has a good cathound. It is also why cathounds bring big dollars.

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pavarmit
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I understand what you mean snowshoe i just bought 6yr old female bluetick that is a cat hound she runs coon a little but the guy got rid of her because she liked cats more and would run the heck out of one. So will see i'd like to drop her on the ground before deer season and see how she hunts.

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you will bring your cat dogs to ky i will put you in some of the best private land you ever ran a cat on.FREE LONG AS I CAN HUNT WITH YOU .i coon hunt my dogs will not run cat.ask 4 david 606-738-4935 it is in ky

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Amos & Buster
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Update...

Anybody have any success yet this year? Deer season ends Saturday and I'm hopeful I will have the oppertunity to tag along on a cat hunt or coyote chase.
Jesse

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pavarmit
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Cas and I had a chase and with my one dog after i got here i don't know where it went but ended with a 3am phone call from the police

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Amos & Buster
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Hello

Are you guys planning on hunting this Sunday? I would be interested in tagging along. If not this weekend, then definitely next weekend if you wouldn't mind.
Jesse

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pavarmit
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i think we might hunt next weekend i think are group still has to get in touch with eachother

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Any luck this weekend? I was hopeing to make it back up this past weekend but I lost my hunting license(s) rabbit hunting with the beagels on New Years Day. Jesse

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some guys hunted all week or atleast there was a group everyday and they ran maybe 4 or 5 cats and killed a 25lb female on new years day. other than that it no one got a glimpse of the others we ran a yote 6 hrs on saturday just never came close enough 3 or 4 times it was 150 yds out there.

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