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Unread 03-07-2012, 09:11 PM
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Re: Wolf in town

A wolf was ran over tis weekend, same road I drove about 1oo times wolf hunting, well highway 93 West,no collar
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    A wolf was ran over tis weekend, same road I drove about 1oo times wolf hunting, well highway 93 West,no collar
    Do you mean hwy 2 west? Or 93 west of Whitefish?
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    Do you mean hwy 2 west? Or 93 west of Whitefish?
    I wrote 93 west, that is what I meant, some how my father in law new about before me, but he's an old newsman, lives inKalispell. Im in the Fish
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    I wrote 93 west, that is what I meant, some how my father in law new about before me, but he's an old newsman, lives inKalispell. Im in the Fish
    How far west of the Fish? I thought I saw one run across the road near the intersection of Farm2Market and 93 last week, but it was still dark and I wasn't sure. Looked like a smaller black one, but it could have been a dog too.
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    I think it was right in that general area, they mentioned a ridge that game down and game cross, there is that one past Beaver lake and winter range
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    I think it was right in that general area, they mentioned a ridge that game down and game cross, there is that one past Beaver lake and winter range
    I thought so. I've seen them on the hwy around there several times over the last few months. Something tells me there weren't any skid marks around that road kill! I see them pretty often around the Dicky Lake area too. Bummer that they're always near the hwy... where observing them through a scope is frowned on.
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    Then that guy killed a PURE BREAD, domestic, at Ferndale this week. That got loose from owner? That has permits etc. Happened before also, what happens when loose and they decide they want to run with the pack?
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