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  • Jun 02, 2017 :  ProStaff, Hunting

    Photographing Mountain Lions

    I have always been interested in photography. I got bit by the photography bug when I was a kid. I have always carried a camera with me when I go hunting. I like taking pictures of wildlife, and I especially like photographing mountain lions because most people never have seen a mountain lion. Mountain lions are very elusive. They can hide really well, and they try to avoid people.
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  • Jun 01, 2017 :  Hunting, ProStaff

    Treeing a Mountain Lion

    I only keep about three or four mountain lion dogs. When I started hunting mountain lions back in the 80s, we didn’t have many lions to hunt. Sometimes we might go two weekends without ever seeing a lion, so we didn’t tree many lions. In the early 90s, we usually could catch one or maybe two lions in a weekend. But now in Utah we can cut a mountain lion track just about every day we go out hunting. If you hunt two days on a weekend, treeing two lions isn’t unusual.
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  • May 31, 2017 :  Hunting, ProStaff

    Best Dog Breed for Hunting Mountain Lions

    I’m often asked about dog breeds for mountain lion hunting. I mostly run Walker hounds. I like them because they’ll generally run faster than black and tans, they have really good noses, they typically have good dispositions, and they’re easy to handle. I have had Plott and blue tick hounds. The two Plotts I had did really well, but I am just partial to Walker dogs.
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  • May 30, 2017 :  ProStaff, Hunting

    One of Lynn Worwood’s Most Exciting Lion Hunts

    I was out with a bunch of friends hunting mountain lions when we found a lion’s track. We turned out a few dogs to let them run the track. They trailed for about an hour, and we could hear them treeing the lion off in the distance. Back then we didn’t have tracking collars or hand-held GPS receivers to keep up with our dogs. So, we had to stay close enough to the dogs to hear them when they started barking. When we finally reached the dogs, they had climbed up the same tree where the lion was.
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  • May 29, 2017 :  Hunting, ProStaff

    Pulling a Mountain Lion’s Tail

    I’ve always wanted to pull a mountain lion’s tail. Why? I don’t know. I guess because I’ve never had the opportunity to do it. Mossy Oak prostaffer and avid hunter Lynn Worwood of Nephi, Utah, has had the opportunity. He’s also been with other people when they’ve pulled mountain lions’ tails. This week, Worwood gives us some insight on mountain lion hunting.
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