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    Couple of lynx from the trapline. The one on top is from 12/3 and the one on bottom is 11/10

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    Nice Cats!
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    Yeah, I agree, Very Awesome, Good Job

    Thanks for the pics too
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    I see they r starting to prime up great job what sets did u use.

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    nice job!!! nice looking cats

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    Nice looking cat,keep up the good work.

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    Those are couple of good sized cats. Nice work, the fur is looking good.

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    Thanks everyone.

    We built some cubbies along a creek. Then throw a rabbit in, scent it up, and put some double spring Bridger #5s at the entrance.

    Those are actually my first 2 lynx. First one is at the taxidermist already for a full body and thinking about doing a rug on the second one.

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    Did you get the weight on them? Both of them look like they're big and muscular.

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    I did not get the weight. They are both females. The first one was 33" from tip of nose to end of tail when I had it sealed at F & G. I'm no expert on Lynx size, so maybe all of you can help me out on that one.

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