How do bobcats hunt their prey?

They hunt by stalking their prey and then ambushing it with a short chase or pounce. They never hunt in pack as other animals they hunt alone.
The Bobcat is crepuscular, meaning that it is usually most active around dusk and dawn each night Bob cats roam up to 7 miles, they may change their behaviour seasonally in response to what their prey does.

Bob cats can go for a long time without food and will eat lots given the opportunity. They hunt by stalking prey leading to an ambush or pounce, their main prey varies geographically but usually feeds on hares and rabbits and sometimes rodents, squirrels, birds, fish and insects. Bobcats have been known to stalk and kill domesticated pets such as small dogs and cats, as well as livestock and poultry especially sheep and goats.