*****Wolf hunting..... now legal in Wyoming******

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  1. Sendero_Man

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    diderr Well-Known Member

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    sorry, but it is only in defense of livestock, and pets. you could just find a cat and tie it up in a meadow. "but officer my poor kitty";)
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  3. Sendero_Man

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    No it is not... pretty sad when you live in Wyoming and don't even know we can shoot them as a Predator out of the protected area. Day or night, they are the same as a Coyote. Predator shot on site by anyone.... Heck even non residents can shoot them out of the protected area...

    NO DEFENSE OF LIVESTOCK... Go read the wolf plan on the G&F website.

    As of friday the 28th at 12:01 am it was legal...
     
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    I'm sorry I mis-understood the article that I found. Don't freak-out on me!
     
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    It just suprises me on the ignorance of our own people...

    Wasn't freaking out, just thought you'd be more up to speed ,being a hunting and shooting guy in Wyoming.....
     
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    "will be" the man says "will be????????


    What's wrong with "I am"?????

    You're burning day light.

    Need a spotter?
     
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    Sendero_Man,

    Now that I've cooled off a bit from watching the video.........

    Do I understand the following correctly?

    Elk are trophy animals in certain areas as around Yellowstone but outside of those areas they are the same as a yote?
     
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    It doesn't matter if you can kill a wolf on sight in Wyoming. How many do you think will die? If the number is significant, the huggers will file an immediate court injunction. I'm happy about the de-listing. I'll be happier if the courts decide to let the de-listing stand, and allow the states (Wyoming, Idaho, Montana) to implement their respective management plans. Until this happens, the Wyoming predator thing means nothing. mtmuley
     
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    It just happened yesterday!!! lol
     
  10. Sendero_Man

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    Read The Wolf Plan... It Didn't Happen Yesterday !!

    The Delisting Did..... Duh !!!!!
     
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    Sendero,
    Sure looking forward to the first pic! Good luck. I make a few trips to the Jackson area each year. Where are they protected?
     
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    here is the protected area. Trophy status. Hunting this fall, unless any lawsuits hold up.

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    The rest of the state is all predator status. Shoot on site. :)
     
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    Bill Hoppe is a friend of mine. He knows of what he speaks. He was one of the ones who accurately predicted what is actually happening today 13 years ago. It's a crying shame, let's hope the "anti's" and the "huggers" dont get their appeal approved.
    Jim
     
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    That map is a complete joke. It will take 13 more years for the wolves to move beyond that boundary. I am only familiar with the areas in and around Cody, but I can tell you in that area this delisting isn't going to do a damn bit of good. The areas to the west and nw of Cody where a great deal of Elk, Sheep hunting isn't affected at all by this new predator designation. I don't know who came up with the map, G & F or the Feds, but it is a complete JOKE! I'm very dissapointed with this!