Cleavland national forest d14 bobcat hunting

Josh_hitt

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Looking for some input on a area around the skyline drive are ore that section of cleavland national forest I’m looking to bag my bobcats for the year
Maybe a few grey foxes
I’m new to ca any help is appreciated
Anyone who’s looking for a hunting buddy for that area I’d love to tag along as well
Remington.308 is my primary and a smith and Weston 9mm is my oh shit gun
 

ilovesprig

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I'm sure there's plenty of both there, but that country is way thicker (for the most part) than SD Co....I literally see bobcats almost every time out on MCC....Which is surrounded with CNF.

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Josh_hitt

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I'm sure there's plenty of both there, but that country is way thicker (for the most part) than SD Co....I literally see bobcats almost every time out on MCC....Which is surrounded with CNF.

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Great pictures I’m hoping the thick brush will help me fill my tags this season less hunters in the area I hope I’m trying to get more pelts
 
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Josh_hitt

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There is still access at Skyline Drive?

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I called and they said that all of the forest is open to hunting as long as I’m with my 150 yard minimum from trails and camps they warned me to be careful in burned areas I’m going to stop by the office this week to see were I can access that area of the park
 

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Why was I thinking Skyline Drive in Encanto SD lol.. as for fox and cats, as Sprig said, they're everywhere pretty much. Find tracks and scat and start calling nearby. Foxes are dumb, cats are a bit more clever. Look for some boulder setups that look like prime cat dens.

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