Video: This Bobcat Can Fish Better Than You
OutdoorHub Reporters 12.14.16
In the great Pacific Northwest, you just never know what you might come across even on a quiet snowy morning.
Olympic National Park is set in the very northwest corner of Washington. It’s a 922,000-acre park featuring snow-covered mountains, lush rain forests and dramatic Pacific coastline.
While searching for spawning salmon one morning, a park ranger found a bobcat that had a similar idea in mind. He caught the little cat perched on a log, staring down into the stream below waiting to make its move.
When the bobcat finally strikes, it proves it has this fishing thing down pretty good. It walks away successful, with a huge salmon in its mouth, ready to feast on some fresh fish. That’s going to be one full kitty if it chokes down a salmon that size!