Just got back from a Manitoba whitetail hunt that was ruined by wolves. The night before we got there the outfitter had TC pics of four bruisers within 300 yards of his cabin. An hour and a half later his Brother and nephew were on the same Trail cam going to their stand. On the third day two wolves killed a doe with in 500 yards of the cabin with the carcass stripped within 40 yards of a road. The deer vacated the area and it took a couple of days to find them and set new stands. We were hunting a very large area of bush adjacent to farm fields mixed with bush that the outfitter owns. I have the option to continue to return to this area to hunt with this outfitter. We all agreed that the wolves have and will ruin his whitetail outfitting business. Manitoba allows a hunter to havest two wolves and one coyote on their deer tag in this unit. I told my outfitter if he could find a way to kill these wolves I'd come up every year just to hunt wolves. Right now it is rare for anyone to see let alone kill one in all that bush. They can not bait. Any suggestion on hunting methods for the big bush would be great. I was lucky enough to kill a wolf while up there. A 60 pound female. Very rare for an American to kill one. Now I am hooked and would like to increase my odds for next time.