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Old 07-07-2010, 09:03 AM
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Old 07-07-2010, 09:44 AM
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Re: Montana Wolf Quota set

Great news.

Things are going in the right direction.

'specially since ID is looking to increase the number also.

Its turning out to be a bit difficult to find a wolf on purpose. Happenstance seems to provide better odds of success.
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Its turning out to be a bit difficult to find a wolf on purpose. Happenstance seems to provide better odds of success.
Yes, But if Elk hunters have a wolf tag in their pocket they can wound one... aaa , I mean shoot one.

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There was just a ruling here in OR that says we can't shoot any! even though we have been having atleast one livestock kill a week in wallowa county. The damn feds are getting involved again in local game management without any specific knowledge of the subject except for the estimated number of wolves in the state. I think the ranchers up there might go varmint hunting and mistake wolves for coyotes!
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Broz, do you know how much it would cost a nonresident to purchase a wolf tag ? Would the ranchers let say a nonresident that would obey there rules come and shoot a wolf from there ranch ? or am I just dreaming ?

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Broz, do you know how much it would cost a nonresident to purchase a wolf tag ? Would the ranchers let say a nonresident that would obey there rules come and shoot a wolf from there ranch ? or am I just dreaming ?

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No I am not sure of non-res tags... you would need to look on the MT FWP site.

The problem getting permission on private might be that the season is also during big game season. So ranchers may not want you in there.

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No I am not sure of non-res tags... you would need to look on the MT FWP site.

The problem getting permission on private might be that the season is also during big game season. So ranchers may not want you in there.

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Oh I can understand that . The reason i had mentioned the ranchers is because i figured they could tell you exactly were they have seen dead steer . I wonder if it would be legal to bait and hunt them . I can tell you how the cattle farmers would handle it were I'm from . But then again I would say the same way Montanas ranchers are probly already handling it

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