Yesterday, me and Bray (wood18) took out to go predator callin'. He had invited one of his policeman buddies who said he had some good spots to try. On our second stand, I called in a nice bobcat. We had set up close to an old pond dam, overlooking a very small overgrown field with a creekbottom bordering it. Typical cat country. There was an enormous turkey population in the area, so it just stood to reason that there would be some cats as well. Anyway, We had set up in a diamond pattern with 2 lead guys and one guy in the rear watching downwind. The foxpro was positioned in the middle of the 3 of us along a drainage ditch coming from the old pond dam. As soon as I flipped on the foxpro, I saw the cat dart across the corner of the field and drop into the drainage ditch, coming our way. Since he was out of sight and he couldn't see me, I whirled around & moved about 5 yards closer to the ditch, facing toward the caller to get the jump on him. He reappeared about 40 yards away under a mesquite bush and just sat down on his rump, trying to figure out what that green thing was wailing up in the tree. I ended up hitting him just a fuzz high, and I knew I'd blown him up a little just as soon as I shot. My bullet impacted across the top of his neck, just in front of the shoulders so I guess I'll have a little sewing to do. I saw fur fly about 10 feet in the air when I shot him. Whoops. He's still gonna make a heckuva nice pelt. Very good spots, and although he's not overly large, he's definitely a gorgeous cat. I shot him with a Remington model 700 .243 with a 100 gr. Remington core-lokt psp bullet. Some folks really like that info, so I'll give it. The picture is pretty sorry, I had to take it with my phone since I left my digital camera at home. Anyway, here's a pic if anybody's interested in seeing him.