This double whammy of a Kentucky hunt on predators sees a coyote and a bobcat fall prey to a rabbit-in-distress call.
Jon Collins and a couple of his family members have joined together for a predator hunt in the great state of Kentucky and have reveled in some good success.
In the first, a couple of coyotes come in hot, and one meets the business end of a good rifle. In the second, a beautiful winter bobcat heads in to the call much slower and more cautious, causing a little more nervous waiting.
Winter fur-bearer hunting is one of the most fun things we can do to keep our juices flowing and our guns in our hands.
With the right call and some good scouting, you can score during the daylight hours like these guys and have fun doing it.
As it said in the middle of the video, winter is a prime season for bobcats especially since they are very active and their pelts are in prime condition. Know your seasons and bag limits at all times and you’ll be ready to have a productive outing like these hunters.
Congratulations on a great hunt!