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these were taken in Bainbridge NY By Chris Hamilton
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hello says ... on Monday, Nov 21 at 7:53 PM
looks photoshopped to me
Peensez says ... on Sunday, Nov 20 at 8:14 PM
I saw one in October, also in Bainbridge...near Newton Town Rd. That was the second one I had seen in 38 years. The first was was in Mt Upton, just off of Rt 8 on a dirt road. We told people about it and described it and no one knew what it was.
Bill France says ... on Friday, Nov 18 at 2:50 PM
who cares if they baited it or not?!?! the deer population is insane around here and we now have actual images of a bobcat in this area.
ts says ... on Thursday, Nov 17 at 2:20 AM
Apparently he found the deer in the woods. From the looks of it a hunter had lost track of it and thats where it died. The cam was place near the deer to see what would be recorded.
DWO says ... on Wednesday, Nov 16 at 9:52 AM
I was wondering the same thing. You have a dead doe perfectly positioned in front of your trail camera (bait) and it has been there for atleast two days judging from the picture. I hope you aren't dropping deer and using them as predator bait....
Robby west says ... on Tuesday, Nov 15 at 7:55 AM
wow thats in sain ... but the bob cat is cute lol...
appywoman says ... on Sunday, Nov 13 at 10:38 AM
Mountain lion...c'mon...Google Bobcat images before you post. To the poster, thank you it is a beautiful animal and from what I understand they are very rarely seen/photographed. Where in Bainbridge was it? We live in Coventry
Steve says ... on Sunday, Nov 13 at 7:25 AM
Definitely not a mountain lion,tail is too short.It is a big bobcat though.
Erick46 says ... on Saturday, Nov 12 at 9:16 PM
That's a huge bobcat....I'd say it's a mountain lion...oh yeah...the DEC says they never released any here.
My Name Is Not Important!!! says ... on Saturday, Nov 12 at 4:12 PM
Who cares!!!!! There are a million deer around here anyway. I think it is awesome that someone got an picture of a bobcat. I have live around here for years and haven't seen one. Pretty cool beacuse the mascot is a Bobcat as well.
Anonymous says ... on Saturday, Nov 12 at 12:42 PM
I understand its bow season having being an archer and long time hunter. But.... how did these pictures go down ? Was the deer found in the woods dead then placed trail cam ? Was the deer Roadkill then placed in woods with camera for Baiting?
Anonymous says ... on Friday, Nov 11 at 1:12 PM
It is bow season. Nothing wrong with having a dead deer this time of year.
1 J.C.sportsman says ... on Friday, Nov 11 at 7:48 AM
Just wondering how you got the deer right in front of your gamecam? If it were a roadkilled deer, then you're off the hook!
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