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Colorado Hunter takes troublesome Cat ,,,,,,
forgemonkey Member Posts: 619 ✭✭✭✭
That is a big Cat. I heard he was planning on eating it. Not many know but its pretty good meat.
Yeah, Sam ,,,,,,, had some of the tenderloin and roast from mine, and the rest to the ‘game’ dinner at local gun club.
here kitty kitty kitty
Oh crap your bigger than expected
great job on getting a nuisance cat before it decided more pets and kids were on the menu
I read some feed back, not I will ever know but some said the meat taste a lot like liver ?
every one has different taste it may be good to some bad to some
I had it once at a local wild game type dinner , to me it had some what sweet taste , didn't care for it
This one was stalking my buddies house cat when he walked out the back door.
I want this big cat
I would have been glad to go hunt the kitty but i am going to need something other than a stick and string to do it. As the man said "use enough gun "
Holy my cow, that is huge
Yeah ,,,,, those ‘sliver slingers’ are a special breed. ,,,,,,,,, 😉
Must have had a regular diet of slow elk and actual elk.
And fiery auto crashes
Some will die in hot pursuit
While sifting through my ashes
Some will fall in love with life
And drink it from a fountain
That is pouring like an avalanche
Coming down the mountain
Did he use a laser pointer to bait it in ??
Wolfe kills cat.
The irony is thick.
I didn't read the whole article, did they run it with dogs or did he track and stalk it?
Article really didn’t say ,,,,,,,,
Wolfe said after finding the dead deer he hiked over 9,600 feet up rough terrain to chase down the big cat and was 'exhausted, dehydrated and cramping'.
However, he eventually found the animal and killed it with his bow and arrow.
The lineman said he had to crawl backwards down the mountain, dragging the carcass with him, to get it back to his truck, falling 10 feet off a rock face in the process.
Well, sounds kinda like he stalked it. Them're some mad huntin' skills if he did. Track a cat for miles and then get within bow range? Whew!
No matter how good the hunt is, I can't stand to read the asinine comments on social media. Most are on the animal's side, no matter what. They wail about how they would love to see the hunter killed instead. I would never mention or post photos of a kill on social media.
Used to live in CO. THAT right there is why I used to carry a heavy revolver while fly fishing in the high country. Critters are NOT tame, they WILL hunt you, bodies are NOT returned to next of kin, and thank you for playing.