Wolf/mountain lion hunt suggestions

Discussion in 'Wolf Hunting' started by rickdavis81, Mar 5, 2019.


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  1. Alibiiv

    Alibiiv Well-Known Member

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    Been doing this for years. I use a hammer with the face of the hammer flat to the wall, lightly tapping on the wall until I find a solid section of drywall, you'll feel and "hear" the difference when yo find the stud. Once the stud is found, I transfer the found solid section down to masking tape on the floor, then go 16 or 24 inches (depending on the stud layout) on center from that point on, transferring the marks up the wall with a level off of the masking tape. If you are working with an unfinished floor skip the masking tape and mark the sub-flooring.
     
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  2. Rum Man

    Rum Man Well-Known Member

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    I have put countless blocks in for this through the years Building Homes for people ! The 3/4" plywood is also a great idea !! Just take pictures for later reference .

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  3. MELEX

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    Poor guy wanted to know who/where to hunt wolves and lions and we turn this into "This Old House". LOL
     
  4. dgarrett

    dgarrett Well-Known Member

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    Finding a Lion Outfitter is the easy part... Being successful on Wolves would be a whole different story... We can not bait them... So just the Chances of seeing one in a limited time of a regular lion hunt would be really really low on average... If you are serious about Montana maybe put in for one of the limited quota areas in the 100 or 200 areas.... If you draw then find an outfitter...JMO .. Dave
     
  5. sp6x6

    sp6x6 Well-Known Member

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    Ive been building last 30 years,built many trophy rooms.Some guys have alot of stuff.My 28 x30x12 walls then vault are 3/4 ply behind the sheet rock after 4 feet up.Hand texture with a foe stain rubbed in that looks kinda like bark,moose,eland etc are heavy,as are full mounts with structure,rocks,drift wood etc built in IMG_1134.JPG
     
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  6. MtPockets

    MtPockets Well-Known Member LRH Team Member

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    Holy Sheet, does that look good SP6x6!
    How is that texture done?
     
  7. sp6x6

    sp6x6 Well-Known Member

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    Hand troweled texture,then base paint was something like sunset yellow,then a stain rubbed on by hand,I did it but rushed some.It was alot of wall
     
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  8. BrentM

    BrentM Well-Known Member

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    My buddy is an outfitter in Idaho. I generally help out. He has gone 100% this year on lions and some big cats at that. For wolves we have been hit or miss but he has put clients on them multiple times this year. Saturday we were both on wolves in different spots. A cat hunt with wolf supplemental is a great way to go.
     
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