I'm figuring that the first couple of years will be training experiences for the woofs. They are pretty smart and learn quickly. After a couple of generations pass they will be tough for the average hunter to bag one.
That's where LRH comes in.
Idaho will sell tags until they run out of ink and paper.
The limit will be steady at 220 until they get a better count.
Wolves will be whene the easy pickin's are. The one seemingly very elderly woof that hung out in hte next canyon over from where were after elk a couple of years ago had eating only snow shoe hares. I also think he/it was a loner. Several times over the month the woofs tracks were over ours.
There were two, most probably a breeding pair, in the area behind the house. If they were breeding there should be more by now.
Also, one has been reported out in the lava rocks around the gun range.