There aren't any bows or even any kills in these videos but if anybody is like me you need a lion fix every once in a while. These were all within the last couple months. Please share any stories, pictures, or video if you've been on a hunt this year.
Bear Track, it's a riot. I love finding tracks in open country like that because it makes it 1000 times more fun when you can watch the dogs, and maybe get a glimpse of the cat before it trees. Everyone should experience it in their lifetime, whether you have a tag in your pocket or not. Snow or bare ground.
I have a bow hunter in camp right now for loin and lynx. The first day the dogs struck from the box and treed a great tom lion, with daylight waning and the cat giving us no shot opportunity for a bow we let it go hoping to get on it again the the morning. Little did we know the rain came that night and then the freezing rain after that.the dogs spent the next day trailing the cat after 6 hours of painfully slow trailing we called it quits. Today the dogs struck a track from the truck again after getting to the tree the client passed on this tom, hoping the last day will provide a older cat. Here is the tom we treed today.
Just so the facts are correct, with the right dogs you don't need snow for lynx hunting. Here is the lynx tom lynx the hunter took with the dogs striking the track from the dog box.