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Old December 14, 2010, 11:10 PM   #8
Art Eatman
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1873Colt, the cougar population in Texas is growing in numbers and expanding its range.

I know they will come to a mix of a fresh-kill rabbit, table scraps and bulk catnip. They will check out a rag soaked in bacon grease. That's all BTDT.

They have on occasion responded to a wounded rabbit call, but I don't know how likely that is.

Put out the bait in early afternoon. During the time of a lot of moon is good, since they start earlier in the evening to hunt. Or, later in the moon's cycle, they'll hunt later into the morning. (Prey animals see better with a lot of moon, so it can take longer for a cougar to find din-din.)
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