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Discussion in 'Wolf Hunting' started by royinidaho, Mar 17, 2012.
Taken in Idaho. . . (reportedly)
Hope that bull made it to deeper water and ran one of those long daggers threw that wolf
I want to see but one is to small the other to big. Can we hunt them?
You bet we can hunt em! If all goes well, we'll be able to hunt em' alot more often. If the 9th circuit court ruling holds up, we'll be able to govern our own wolf problems. If that's the case, you pm me, rooster740, royinidaho, or a few other members from the northwest, and we'll do our best to put you on a wolf...or two...or... We need all the wolf hunters we can get!
I do not mean to brag but between a few friends we stacked up a pile of wolves. Our area closed fast with our tiny quota, but our horizons are widening. I just bought the coolest wolf chasing, bomb proof, gentle, smooth as silk but fast dude horse ever. I will say right now to everyone here, that after October 20th I am availiable to kill wolves! For no charge!
I see or at least hear wolves everytime I coyote hunt, it just pisses me off! It should just be kill on site like coyotes!
I refuse to do any taxidermy work on a wolf past tanning and hanging the hide on a nail in my reloading room. I would rather head mount a road killed cow elk!
I hate them.
I WANT to sign up. My next out of state hunt is to come up north to get a WOOF.
I am heading out this morning to look at the same breed of horse. After hunting wolves on foot last season I realized I need one to get farther in. I have been wanting another horse for quite a while, but finally I have a good reason to own one. I have been looking at lever guns and scabbards so I will always be ready. I vow to be more effective from here on out.
Rooster, I hope we can ride in together one day and paste a few.
Broz,and Rooster, you are putting foolish thoughts in a foolish fellows head. I haven't thrown a leg over for 10 years, and you got me checking out my saddle. It's definitely a posse worth the trip.
Here, allow me to give you a leg up.
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUL-p7A3QmE]wolf management 101 - YouTube[/ame]
Broz, quite the video.
Should be played nightly on all the mainstream networks just like the twin towers going down on 9/11 so that folks remain pissed off.
I was in a mellow happy mood... until I watched that! Now I'm gonna have go kick my dog a couple times just cause he's a K9. I'm gonna watch that once every time I hit the backcountry from now on. Broz- you otta post that as a new thread in case someone misses it here. Great way to keep people fired up.
I hate those fuckers, it they killed to eat that would be one thing, they sport kill, I hope we can wipe the fuckers out.
Does anyone know of a good outfitter that I can hunt wolves with this year??
Um hello! Let me remind you of somethings, Outfitters charge a large fee, and are typically booked with big game hunters (big money) if they are worth their apples. Outfitters are only allowed to hunt certain areas and wolves cover big country (here today gone tomorrow). Most outfitters have enough guides to kill the wolves they see if they are going to be legal about matters.
certainly it is alot more economical to make friends with a couple of people who just truley hates wolves, most big game hunters do to differnt levels of hatred. They may not show you their favorite elk hole, but You can bet your donkey they will, at least tell you where to go to kill these nasty killing machines. Some will gather you up throw you on a horse and drag your donkey all over hell and back until you smoke a dog or give up!
I can tell you that until snow is on the ground for tracking locating wolves is just about 50 percent luck. Once there is snow on the ground they are in trouble, and I mean big bad ventilated wolf trouble.