Bobcat permit-how many points
the native you are talking about didnt trap those on the res. He was off res in Douglas County and took between 30 and 40 in one year. I believe it was 2011 or 2012 because I saw a massive drop in cats after that. Went from tons of tracks to no tracks. Now I have a few on camera again this year.
The DNR actually mentions that Native taking that many cats in something they have online. I cant remember what or where it was though.
And they're as big as any in Wisconsin that I've seen. A neighbor killed one last season that weighed over 35 pounds. And one was killed nearby that stretched 53 inches from nose to tail tip! I shot one a couple years ago that got away from me in a big sawbrier patch that was almost that big. It was sitting when I shot it and I saw where it's head came to on a tree. Later I looked at the tree and measured it, the top of its head was almost 34 inches off the ground when it was sitting!
That's a big cat anywhere!
Formerly Steve @ G & S