Originally Posted by tc.mich
I've never ate wolf but i'm sure the rear quarters and backstraps might cook up nice. I finally got a doe in blackpowder once the snow came, and probably 40 to 50 hours of combined rifle and blackpowder hunting. I couldn't even see a 1 1/2 old doe before that.
I was just out to my folks' place on Sunday doing some repairs on a plow. Mom told me that they had seen a pair of wolves a couple days before. They have a feeder about 150 yards behind the house that they watch deer at (what deer are left!). Since the wolves passed through, no deer. I wonder if the DNR takes into consideration that if all the deer are gone, the only thing wolves and coyotes will have to eat are livestock and house pets. I guarantee if that starts happening, you will see a sudden epidemic of lead poisoning in the wolf population.