We have a very good population of these wary critters. In 2004 my brother and I called in 42 coyotes and 2 bobcats in 6 days for two different groups. This is a very exciting hunt that will make the hair on the back of your neck stand up at times. Sometimes they come charging in, in a matter of seconds and sometimes they come sneaking in which might take a while. Either way it’s a lot of fun. Coyotes are considered a varmint in Kansas, so you can hunt them anytime of the year, but you still need a hunting license. (Remember, to harvest a bobcat you must have a fur harvester’s license.) The best time we figure is the months of December thru February. Come on out, it is probably your best bang for your buck. Anyway, that’s what the guys say that have tried it. The only time you can harvest a bobcat is during the fur-harvesting season. To find out dates on this season and cost of fur harvester license go to the KDWP web site.
We always have at least 20,000 acres of prime territory to "call in" these wary critters and we do it all with the aid of predator calls. No dogs. This hunt begins at the crack of dawn and continues all day until dark. We will take as many breaks as you the hunter want. There will be 1 guide for two hunters and no more than 4 people in a group. Hunts may be for as many days as you want. So come on out and help us lower this population one by one. It is a blast.
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