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Discussion in 'Wolf Hunting' started by sdkidaho, Aug 30, 2013.
Need I say more?
Picked parts and pieces to finish the last pack saddle needed for this year.
Set up the tread mill to begin PT.
Eastern Idaho State Fair is over at the end of next week.
After that I and the goats will be doing some serious PT along w/lookin for woofs.
Rifles will be tuned to a mile, shots, on woofs,or yotes will be taken if I can settle the reticle on them at any distance.
Go get em! Ours in Montana starts on Sept. 15
Hey Roy, I am in Blackfoot too so if you want someone to shoot them with let me know. I would love to put the smack down on a wolf and my daughter would too. Take care.
Earlier? I thought the season started the 15th statewide. mtmuley
Road closures are going to cut into our wolf hunting around my part of Idaho. They are even talking about permanent road closures due to the fires. The Fish and Game are considering late season hunts for the wintering areas for elk are now gone. Pine Featherville and my hometown of Sun Valley are burnt. The only good that can come of this is hopefully it burnt some wolfs.. What we are hearing from the firefighters is that mostly it is bear that was affected. They stated that when these bears were scared that they went up the trees,,,,then up in smoke..really sucks.
Me thinks some of you MT boys don't seem to get it.
That's hilarious. Thanks for the laugh Roy. Good talking to you I will be in touch.
Well it does start earlier, but I do not include bow hunting (fester sticking) as hunting! I am sure that is what Ol' Jones meant!
Yeah, Roy gets it! It starts much earlier if you get your hunting regs at the same place they sell wolf tags 20 per box.... Maybe I should delete this before I get into trouble...
These guys get it:
I'm in Montana, and don't kid yourself. I get it. mtmuley