Re: One down 219 to go in Montana wolf season
I thought so also till I re-read the regs, I added the bold.
Wolves are excluded from being considered as “suitable
for food”. A person that harvests a wolf and wishes to retain
possession of the hide and head must personally present the
hide and skull with evidence of sex naturally attached to a
designated FWP employee within ten (10) days after harvest.
The remaining carcass may be taken in possession or be left
in the fi eld as per Montana law.
As a prerequisite to retain possession of the hide and skull,
a hunter must personally present the hide and skull to a
designated FWP employee within ten (10) days after harvest
for the purpose of:
- inspection and registration of kill.
- verify evidence of sex.
- tagging the hide. The hide tag must thereafter remain attached
to the hide until tanned.
High Fence, Low Fence, Stuck in the Fence, if I can Tag it and Eat it, it's Hunting!
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