Just got through the wolf trapping class, great class, the FWP brought in the guy who built the Idaho course and who is a life long wolfer. Good info from guys who know what their doing was invaluable, our Biologist and Warden are trappers also so we had some good info from them from their stand point. MT and Idaho have reciprocity with the wolf trapping course which is nice for those of use who trap on the boarder. The MTA has representation there also which was great, good to be involved! Seriously questioning my gear though, I don't want to educate any wolves with any catch and release action Looks like I'll be needing some MB750's, crap that's a lot of coin for a couple of pelts of limited value, the guy from Idaho had some mods for the MB750 to make it a touch better but it was the rig he uses for wolfing, nice to get hands on some serious proven wolf gear to see how he had it set up! Hopefully we can put some numbers up this year!!!