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Unwanted Wolves Bring Unwanted Friends?

 
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Old 06-05-2011, 02:43 PM
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Unwanted Wolves Bring Unwanted Friends?

It appears that the unwanted wolf brought along an unwanted friend.

Tapeworms infect wolf packs - Spokesman.com - Jan. 20, 2010

Now what are we gonna do about that
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Old 06-05-2011, 10:22 PM
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Re: Unwanted Wolves Bring Unwanted Friends?

Now we'll have to throw a couple million bucks into the pot for a study and in the mean time this will be just more ammo for the fuzzy huggers to shut down a season. Suppose some judge will now want to see the study results before a hunt can proceed - What next?
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Shoot a wolf and then go fishin
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Re: Unwanted Wolves Bring Unwanted Friends?

Sounds to me like you'll be fine as long as you don't eat any wolf ****. I don't plan on it any time soon. First off it's **** which I make it a rule not to eat and second it's too full of elk/deer hair.
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Re: Unwanted Wolves Bring Unwanted Friends?

SSS.......worms and all! On a bit different note, I am starting a new job in WY today. Can someone from here give me the quick and dirty on what the rules (laws) are concerning the wolf season.....is there a season? does it run year round? lic costs? AJ
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Re: Unwanted Wolves Bring Unwanted Friends?

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SSS.......worms and all! On a bit different note, I am starting a new job in WY today. Can someone from here give me the quick and dirty on what the rules (laws) are concerning the wolf season.....is there a season? does it run year round? lic costs? AJ
No real rules . . . just do it very quietly. No bragging either

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Re: Unwanted Wolves Bring Unwanted Friends?

The problem is if the worms get into the deer and elk which it kills, canines have no issues with the worms. Dogs roll all over there feces so a guy has to be careful handling a wolf carcase because the dried wolf fecal matter can be breathed in and your SOL if you get it! MT has found the worms in Moose and elk already the worms were brought up early on by a couple guys and they were very quickly re-located themselves!
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