Wolf down!!!! (ID)

shanevg

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My brother (Alecvg on the forum) is guiding for the first time in Idaho this year. He texted me this pic of a wolf his client got this week. Ran right up on them when they were gutting out his 180 buck. Gun shots = dinner bells for wolves I guess.

The client only wanted the skull so he let Alec keep the hide. Alec made the trip into town to take it to a tannery.

Thought you all might enjoy.

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luke moffat

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Way to go Alec and client!!! Wolves are hard to come by for sure. More people have shot 60" bull moose, 40" dall rams, and 360+ bull elk than have ever shot a wolf hands down. Cool stuff for sure!!
 

Wrongside

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Nicely done! My buddy was fortunate enough to knock down a big one while elk hunting last week. Very neat animals to see and watch, but we are starting to have a bit off a population problem up here too, IMO.
 

Travis

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Nice work on the wolf. Anyone interested in wolf management in Idaho should take a look at the Foundation 4 Wildlife Management. They are a group offering reimbursement up to 500 dollars in proof of receipts for hunting related items apon checking in a legally taken wolf in the Panhandle.
This helps a lot for those who have been hunting these critters and are realizing that the cost is high to hunt wolves exclusively.
Check it out!
 

lang

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North Idaho
Nice work on the wolf. Anyone interested in wolf management in Idaho should take a look at the Foundation 4 Wildlife Management. They are a group offering reimbursement up to 500 dollars in proof of receipts for hunting related items apon checking in a legally taken wolf in the Panhandle.
This helps a lot for those who have been hunting these critters and are realizing that the cost is high to hunt wolves exclusively.
Check it out!
They are up to $1000 in Unit 10, and 12. $750 in 1,4, and 4a. $500 anywhere in Idaho Dec-March, $250 August-Nov.
 
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