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Old 07-24-2012, 02:48 AM
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I can't remember if I am spelling it right but a couple of grains of timic in veinna sausages placed in known wolf den areas will do the trick. These non native pest need to be eleminated! Damn the Canandians for shipping their problems to us.
You can't blame the Canadians for this mess. Canadian biologist are pretty well documented as being "very skeptical" regarding the outcome of this travesty. This was our government lying, breaking it's own laws. and disregarding the wishes of the people who were going to have to live with the consequences. Interesting side note I've hunted Canada when their dollar was only 50% of ours, last I checked it's worth more now. Additionally reported the other night: the average Canadian is now worth more than the average American for the first time in history. Look closer to home if you don't like what's being done to us.
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Old 07-24-2012, 03:39 AM
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You can't blame the Canadians for this mess. Canadian biologist are pretty well documented as being "very skeptical" regarding the outcome of this travesty. This was our government lying, breaking it's own laws. and disregarding the wishes of the people who were going to have to live with the consequences. Interesting side note I've hunted Canada when their dollar was only 50% of ours, last I checked it's worth more now. Additionally reported the other night: the average Canadian is now worth more than the average American for the first time in history. Look closer to home if you don't like what's being done to us.
I was joking about the canadains. Not kidding about killing all the wolves.
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Old 07-24-2012, 04:02 AM
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I suspected you were joking about the Canadians, but I'm a bit locked in on our current issues, and can't resist temptation. I'm not sure given your Florida tag whether it would be worse to find a wolf in the back yard, or one of those 15 foot snakes you folks have.
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Old 07-24-2012, 04:53 AM
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Re: Montana Wolf Hunting News

We don't have the big snake problem up here but they are no joke. There are areas in th everglades where there are almost no racoons left.
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Old 07-24-2012, 10:11 PM
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@Daveinjak

That's Temic.......and a little goes a long way. Even the buzzards that feed off the carcass will never leave the scene! You must live in cotton country. One ounce of temic would clean out the entire state..... no joke....some mean stuff!
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Old 07-24-2012, 10:18 PM
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@Daveinjak

That's Temic.......and a little goes a long way. Even the buzzards that feed off the carcass will never leave the scene! You must live in cotton country. One ounce of temic would clean out the entire state..... no joke....some mean stuff!
Yep. If somebody were to have a small bag and a couple of cans of sausages they might be able to be yote free just in time for fawns to drop...just saying.
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Old 07-25-2012, 01:35 AM
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Its sad we have to deal with the wolf introduction,, NOT RE-Introduction, yes the wolves have been gone for a long time. But the antis dont realize that in Montana territory, that the Blackfeet, Flatheads, Ponderai, Gros Ventres, Kootenai, Assinaboines all harvested wolves in the early days of man in North America. they had means that were more lethal than anything but our modern day poisons. And yet they still had so much game on the plains that wolves really made little difference. But, most of the wolves were out on the plains and river valleys. Now we have settled country out on the plains, so all of the animals are more likely to be found in the mountains where they were not always actually located. So the antis cant really point to them as never being totally free from predation. The earliest fur trade men of the North West company saw the plains Indians in wolfskin coverings sneaking on Bison and the Ojibwa also even earlier in Minnesota / Wisconsin also used them according to old fur trader logs. Wolves were one of the most harvested furs after beaver and muskrats, until the robe trade began on Bison. I lived in Montana for many years, I saw wolves far earlier than the intro in many areas of remote high country. they were huge and covered ground in wide areas following game herds. Montana's game herds will suffer as long as they dont allow better means of harvest such as snaring. There are proven snare methods to greatly eliminate non target catches as in Alaska for years and recently in Idaho also. Montana has more pressure from the extreme anti's than does Idaho. Idaho has a better grip in its game dept on wolf control also. Good luck to Montana this year. I will be shipping some of my 55 wolf traps to a buddy near Bozeman this year. Full rigged for any application, heavy duty, foolproof wolf iron.
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