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Unread 08-31-2013, 03:23 PM
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Re: DIY Montana Wolf Hunt

Rooster is giving you some good advise. Your best bet for being successful is getting cooperation form ranchers. That can be hit or miss but definitely more possible after the regular hunting season. After the hunting season, when the snow gets deeper in the high country, more elk will move onto the hay fields and the wolves will follow. If you can find a rancher that will point you in a good direction and give you access, that will greatly increase your odds.
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    Re: DIY Montana Wolf Hunt

    I think we need to hang out!!

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    Ya, there are wolves there but you'll either run into them standing in the middle of the road or you'll see tracks, it's shoot on sight down around here. I know a guy who shoots one from his porch every year, last one was taking a leak on his tree when it got a hole blown through it.
    If you know the areas you'll be hitting the most in a PM I could tell you where the packs cross, I frequent the area a little
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