BOBCAT URINE

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BOBCAT URINE

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Bobcat urine which is used by these cats to mark territory, dens, food and trails.

WHERE TO USE IT: Use it for leghold trap sets, flag sets, den sets and trail sets.

RATE OF APPLICATION: This will vary depending on the trapper. In most cases 2-4 ounces will more than suffice.

HOW TO USE IT AS A REPELLENT:    Apply 1/2-1 oz to the ground (not plants or grass) every 10-20 feet to establish a barrier over which nuisance animals won't cross. Treatments typically last 3-6 weeks depending on local weather patterns. Use either Liquid Guards or Capsule Guards to get longer residual action.

OTHER URINE:     COUGAR/MOUNTAIN LION     COYOTE     LYNX     RACCOON     RED FOX     TIMBER WOLF

RELATED PRODUCTS:        LIQUID GUARD      CAPSULE GUARD

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November 20, 2014

Gen @ 6:24 pm #

I live in a rural area where there are lots of deer. I don't want to scare off the deer by using coyote urine. Will bobcat urine work to repel prairie dogs? They've dug a hole close to our new well and I think they may be using the old well vault which has been covered up with dirt but they are diggin in it anyway. I also thought about bleach and/or jalapeno peppers – will any of that work??

November 21, 2014
May 27, 2015

Len Harris @ 11:22 am #

We live out in the woods and have a cat who likes to go outside. We have seen coyote droppings all along our long driveway and have seen tracks in the snow near our compost file. I put some construction bricks (with holes in them) where the driveway enters the yard and spray the inside of those holes with bob cat urine every 2 weeks or so. I also put out a dozen battery powered motion detector lights around our yard.. It appears the coyotes have disappeared. No more droppings. Our nearest neighbor says the same thing. I can't say which technique is responsible but I can't believe the lights have chased them away from our driveway. It must be the bob cat urine.

July 16, 2015

Bobo @ 2:45 pm #

I live in the suburbs and I doubt there's been a bobcat around here in ages. Would bobcat pee still work for prairie dogs that have never seen them? I don't want to use the coyote one because I'm pretty sure there are coyotes in the area, and don't want to attract them.

July 17, 2015

Bobo @ 11:27 am #

@admin: Ah, thank you for the help!

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