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Re: Lynx

Postby dwalton » Fri Dec 01, 2017 12:31 am

WE put on one track that they trailed awhile then came back. I did not hear the trailing only a few barks at first. We pass a lot of tracks up that were females traveling with young. We walked out a large cat that was to old but thinking it would make a kill and be close with no open or much more than a tail wage. We did pick tracks that were fresh and large because of wolves that might be in the area. I took two old dogs and two young dogs because I did not know if my older bobcat dogs would run a lynx they will not run a lion but they did take to the lynx. These two older dogs have been on over 400 to 500 bobcat trees. Only one lynx put any race at all. Dewey
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Re: Lynx

Postby Lionandboarhunter » Sat Dec 02, 2017 12:30 pm

Good job Dewey !! Thats definitely something I️ would love to do .


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Re: Lynx

Postby dwalton » Sat Dec 02, 2017 3:12 pm

Jessie you can see how I was bundled up to keep warm. I about froze my fingers and it was not even cold yet up there. They get about 8 months of snow. You boys from down Texas way would have to buy a lot of warm gear for up there. Dewey
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Re: Lynx

Postby JustinKeller » Sun Dec 03, 2017 3:21 am

Sounds like a blast. Thats been on my list for a while. Which dogs made the A team? Did the old dogs take a second to warm up to a new cat or just get with it. I know you don't let them run house cats or lions. Good job
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Re: Lynx

Postby dwalton » Tue Dec 05, 2017 4:32 pm

Justin: I put Tanner and Red on the first one, it was a fresh track. Tanner opened a few times right off ,Red did not say a thing for a little bit but took the track. Both treed hard, I think they got up on it real quick and did not give it a chance to run. It was a nice tom so I took it from then on it was no problem. They took right to it. Dewey
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Re: Lynx

Postby twist » Tue Dec 05, 2017 10:07 pm

Sounds like a good time.
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Re: Lynx

Postby Tanner Peyton » Wed Dec 06, 2017 4:48 am

dwalton wrote:Justin: I put Tanner and Red on the first one, it was a fresh track. Tanner opened a few times right off ,Red did not say a thing for a little bit but took the track. Both treed hard, I think they got up on it real quick and did not give it a chance to run. It was a nice tom so I took it from then on it was no problem. They took right to it. Dewey


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Re: Lynx

Postby Tanner Peyton » Wed Dec 06, 2017 11:26 am

Tanner Peyton wrote:
dwalton wrote:Justin: I put Tanner and Red on the first one, it was a fresh track. Tanner opened a few times right off ,Red did not say a thing for a little bit but took the track. Both treed hard, I think they got up on it real quick and did not give it a chance to run. It was a nice tom so I took it from then on it was no problem. They took right to it. Dewey


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Re: Lynx

Postby Ndigs » Sat Dec 16, 2017 2:46 am

Have been wanting to add a few lines and a few more of my phone pics to this thread.Finally have my daughter home for an evening, maybe she'll be able to add the pics of Allen's lynx. Great to see the interest in our northern Lynx. Do have to say, a hunt with Dewey and Allen for me was like being in a top houndsman clinic, lots learned and a bunch of Fun. Sure agree with everyone on conditions, have lynx around home here that I hunt in all conditions and there's a few that I have schooled by hunting them in enough poor conditions they seem to have the unreasonable advantage in any conditions,but ,the games not over yet. We are considering guiding some hunts next year, however I do hope we can talk Dewey and Allen into coming back up and giving us a hand as right now the sum total of my dog power is one little coon dog that might warm the bench on Dewey's or Allen's second string. We definitely are having a lot of fun though. Tom Griffith
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Re: Lynx

Postby Ndigs » Sat Dec 16, 2017 3:19 am

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Re: Lynx

Postby Ndigs » Sat Dec 16, 2017 3:29 am

Oops, sorry about the sideways pics,we'll figure that part out next. This cat of Allen's crossed the road right in front of us, looked like a bear wearing a lynx suit, old boy, bottom fangs all wore down.

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