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Wisconson Wolf hunt

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    Posted: 16 February 2021 at 05:34
Seems Wis is having a 'quick' wolf hunt before Biden overrules it.  Really fast trck.


All hunters and trappers interested in obtaining a wolf harvest permit preference point must apply between 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16 and 11:59 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 20 via their Go Wild account or by visiting a participating license agent.

Drawing results will be posted to each successful applicant’s Go Wild account the morning of Monday, Feb. 22. Customers may commence the harvest season once they secure their license and carcass/pelt tag.



https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/topic/hunt/wolf/index.html

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WOW that is fast.
I wonder IBD will be in line to shoot a wolf...Big smile
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got to draw first.

This is a winter hunt.  And with notice like this...how would one scout?

It is also right in the middle/peak of the breeding season; might make calling/challenge a good tool for shooting males.  

 I believe that wolves rear young as a pair (male & female).  So if a male has breed and then killed, what happens to the female and liter of pups when they are born???


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A few less wolves, I would guess.
That's why we have a cow elk season till march.
Kill one kill two...
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