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Wolf hunting
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Posted on: 5/9 9:49:56
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Re: Wolf hunting
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Wolves need to be managed, they are a top predator...

Posted on: 5/9 10:48:42
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Re: Wolf hunting
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That's right. Wolves do need to be managed and right now. They talk about deer are the problem in the Arrowhead resulting in low Moose populations because of a disease they carry over to the Moose. I agree to that to a point. However the top reason is the top predator the wolf. Both to deer and moose. I say this because of the proposed combining areas up north to promote more deer harvesting by the DNR. I say leave the firearms areas alone and focus on the real problem of wolves. I'm not in favor of eliminating the wolf just to control the population so all game and the wolf are on equal grounds. good luck.

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Re: Wolf hunting
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Checked cameras this past weekend.......just a sample unfortunately we have tons of these pictures.

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Posted on: 5/30 6:57:31
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Re: Wolf hunting
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Here is one more set......deer @ 1:06am followed by wolves @ 1:07am and 1:08am

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Posted on: 5/30 7:01:01
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Re: Wolf hunting
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Wolves have a place in the system,I don't mind there' around. But I don't oppose hunting or being able to dispatch one confronting pets or livestock. Good pics thanks for sharing.

Posted on: 5/30 9:56:50
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Re: Wolf hunting
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Reinhard wrote:
That's right. Wolves do need to be managed and right now. They talk about deer are the problem in the Arrowhead resulting in low Moose populations because of a disease they carry over to the Moose. I agree to that to a point. However the top reason is the top predator the wolf. Both to deer and moose. I say this because of the proposed combining areas up north to promote more deer harvesting by the DNR. I say leave the firearms areas alone and focus on the real problem of wolves. I'm not in favor of eliminating the wolf just to control the population so all game and the wolf are on equal grounds. good luck.


All of the studies I've seen on moose populations indicate wolf predation as a contributing factor so I don't think anyone is blind to that fact or ignoring it.

The fact of the matter is that I believe the DNR would like to control the population but at the moment they are powerless because wolves are protected federally leaving individual states powerless to manage their wolf population.

Because of that the DNR is looking at controlling some of the other factors impacting moose populations. All they can do is control the factors within their powers.

I'm sure as soon as the wolf is delisted federally the DNR will reinstitute the wolf hunt just like they did a few years ago.

If you really care and want the hunt back on you best talk to your federal law makers as its out of the states hands.

Posted on: 5/30 16:34:29
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Re: Wolf hunting
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How many Federal Trappers employed, Native American Lobbyists, funny Coyotes have no season and this reminds me of Mille Lacs, yeah all equal my rear end, just saying. How many people eat yotes or wolves versus a deer to feed the family for the winter, you people bore me.

Posted on: 5/30 17:52:10
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Re: Wolf hunting
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How many Federal Trappers employed, Native American Lobbyists, funny Coyotes have no season and this reminds me of Mille Lacs, yeah all equal my rear end, just saying. How many people eat yotes or wolves versus a deer to feed the family for the winter, you people bore me.


well, reading that mess entertains me...just sayin

Posted on: 5/30 19:56:33
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Re: Wolf hunting
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tkleven wrote:
How many Federal Trappers employed, Native American Lobbyists, funny Coyotes have no season and this reminds me of Mille Lacs, yeah all equal my rear end, just saying. How many people eat yotes or wolves versus a deer to feed the family for the winter, you people bore me.


Yeah Think about this... Just south of you in East Bethel the DNR trapped 5 of the 7 wolves in cedar creek last fall. Being that I live there and have neighbors who have lost pets and livestock to yotes and wolves. I am of the opinion that a new fur hat is in order.

Posted on: 5/30 21:18:05
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