Idaho Fish and Game Pulls the Plug on Pro Wolf Hunter
Idaho Fish and Game officials have announced that they are halting the back country hunting of wolves in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. The original plan was to keep professional hunter Gus Thoreson, from Salmon, ID, in the wilderness through April to cull wolves in the area. To date, Mr. Thoreson has killed 9 wolves in the backcountry.
The Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness… Read the Full Article >
Sweden to Hold First Licensed Wolf Hunt Since 2011
“The first licensed wolf hunt in Sweden since 2011 is scheduled for February 1, 2014. Up to 30 wolves could be shot to cull their numbers from the current level of 350 to 400 down to 170,” (Chew, 2013).
A total of 6,747 hunters obtained licenses to hunt 20 wolves to reduce the overall population in the last licensed wolf hunt in Sweden. “Swedish officials say that the wolf population… Read the Full Article >
Wolf Howler Field Test
Written By: David O’Farrell
Professional guide & outfitter - Yukon Territory
This past fall [HuntWolves.com] gave me the opportunity to test two new wolf howlers that they sell through their website, shop.huntwolves.com. I was particularly interested in these new howlers since I have had success howling in wolves by mouth in the past. The two howlers I was interested in are the ‘Alpha… Read the Full Article >
Michigan Inaugural Wolf Season Set to Open
Michigan is set to open its very first wolf hunting season November 15th. Michigan will become the sixth state to allow the hunting of wolves. Wolf hunting in neighboring states of Minnesota and Wisconsin is well underway and hunters are seeing great success.
The topic of wolf hunting has seen much debate and concern on both sides of the argument and continues to rage on across the country. According… Read the Full Article >
Minnesota DNR to Reduce the Number of Wolf Licenses Available
“The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced they'll distribute fewer wolf hunting and trapping licenses due to a thinner wolf population.” (LaBelle, 2013).
This Thursday, August 1st, hunters and trappers in Minnesota will be able to enter the lottery for Minnesota’s second wolf hunt. This year the Minnesota DNR has reduced the number of hunting and trapping licenses available… Read the Full Article >
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This is a website dedicated to everything about hunting wolves. Throughout Canada and the United States, the gray wolf is thriving and the hunting of gray wolves has become as common as deer and elk hunting.
For years, hunters have watched as deer and elk populations have been decimated and ranchers have stood by while their livelihood was eaten before their eyes. Through Province and State run wolf hunts, hunters have been given the chance to restore balance between wolves and other game species. If you’re interested in hunting wolves, you’ve come to the right place for hunting tips, laws and regulations, and everything else you’ll need to know to bag a wolf.