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Re: Wolf hunting [Re: AJE] #7197686
02/27/21 05:45 AM
02/27/21 05:45 AM
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Get over what? I'm not upset about houndsmen. I'm not upset about the opportunity this wolf season presented. I have no idea who told you that. No divisiveness on my end. Quite the contrary. No complaints from me. I have no idea what you're talking about. Relax.

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Re: Wolf hunting [Re: AJE] #7197994
02/27/21 01:00 PM
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Originally Posted by AJE
The state has yet to announce how many were taken by hunters. It's sounding like most were taken by hounders. Does Canada allow hound hunting? Supposedly Wi is the only American state to allow it for wolf.
Hunting wolves with hounds is a good way to get your hounds killed!


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Re: Wolf hunting [Re: AJE] #7198198
02/27/21 03:36 PM
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Originally Posted by AJE
My cousin & I might try dragging a beaver around & then wiring it to a tree for bait, just high enough to where the wolf has to kind of reach for it.


Wolf piñata?

Re: Wolf hunting [Re: AJE] #7198262
02/27/21 04:32 PM
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Sort of, mike. I didn't draw a tag, so didn't try it. I might try hunting 1 in the Fall.


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Re: Wolf hunting [Re: AJE] #7201355
03/01/21 09:35 PM
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I'm excited because the application period (for the Fall 2021) wolf hunt opened today. I got my application in today and have already begun preparing.


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Re: Wolf hunting [Re: bctomcat] #7205913
03/05/21 09:40 PM
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Wrong no dogs were killed the entire hunt or previous hunts it’s different when wolves are ones being chased

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