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I JUST HEARD THAT FISH AND GAME ARE MEETING AND GOING TO OPEN THE SEASON UP FOR THE 1ST OF SEPTEMBER... TAGS WILL BE $11.50. WELL HERE'S TO HOPING. ExcellentBig Grin IT'S ABOUT TIME IF THEY DO SO.

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  I don't have any experience with wolves but if there as bad as the packs of wild dogs we had around here 30yrs ago your right,"It's about time if they do so".
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The tree huggers are going to go bananas.
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  Then the pro wolf hunters in Idaho oughta do what Maryland State Congressman Roscoe Bartlett did when the antis tried to stop the bear hunts in his district(Garrett and Allegheny Counties).  He in co-operation with DNR introduced a bill to transplant bear into every county in the State. DNR had studies to show that there was available bear habitat in each county. That shut the wackos up real quick.
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well i know first hand what they have done to elk herds around here, i've  pic's of their tarcks right next an elk track. the elk populations are down big time, wolf is up WAY  more than fish and game say. as for thos damn anti hunters i say f*** them let em stay few night/days out in the woods around here with a steak around their damn necks. btw I"M BUYING A TAG

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      Excellent  EXACTLY right!   They should have to experience first hand some the problems they've caused by stickin' their noses in something they know nothing about and that they've caused others have to contend with.  Plus it's just none of their D'd business.
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i wish they would open one up here too, they are all over the place here.
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There is a reason why they were hunted to near extinction before. Why are people so stupid. I'd like to tie a few of them up to a tree and smear bait all over them.
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Originally posted by 300S&W 300S&W wrote:

  Then the pro wolf hunters in Idaho oughta do what Maryland State Congressman Roscoe Bartlett did when the antis tried to stop the bear hunts in his district(Garrett and Allegheny Counties).  He in co-operation with DNR introduced a bill to transplant bear into every county in the State. DNR had studies to show that there was available bear habitat in each county. That shut the wackos up real quick.


The wolves are already in my county so I dunno if it would shut anybody up. I think every county in Montana with wolves in it already has an appreciable wacko:wolf ratio.
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I have a question, and i dont want to sound rude or disrespectful to any one that does hunt predators but what do you do with them after you get one? lol, ive never hunted predator before and was always curious

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Ya you heard me right.9 am pst monday 8/24/09 wolf tags go on sale $11.75 for Idaho residents $186 for non residents. I will be out to get me one.Wish me Luck.I figure since the wolves kill all the elk and I have yet to get one, a nice wolf will just have to take its place.Heres a link

http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/apps/releases/view.cfm?NewsID=5049

and here is the Rules

http://fishandgame.idaho.gov/cms/hunt/wolf/wolfrules.pdf

good luck to you all
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Originally posted by K.I.A. K.I.A. wrote:

I have a question, and i dint want to sound rude or disrespectful to any one that does hunt predators but what do you do with them after you get one? Lil, Ive never hunted predator before and was always curious

I celebrate the lives of all the other game that is saved. We used to have lots of rabbits and squirrels. Since they protected the Hawks and Owls the rabbits are all most gone. I like to sit out and watch the song birds feed at the feeder. 2-3 times a day a hawk will swoop down and grab the song birds off of the bowl. You see K.I.A. the issue is balance. Without balance all plants and animals are at risk. No individual species from bacteria up to man can be given protected advantage over all others. It is unnatural. The earth has done well for Billions of years. The only problems come up when the natural selection is altered. Man is not wise enough to make the decisions over Mother Nature. Some Idiots made an uninformed decision to over protect predators. Now we have lost many other species, or they are at risk of extinction due to these bureaucrats.
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I had a pet wolf for 14yrs. He was the best dog I have ever had!!!!!
 
Now I also have livestock, and I would shoot wolfs if they were attacking my cattle. Every animal needs to be kept in check with population. I doubt I could shoot one for the hell of it, but sometimes you just have to do things for a reason.
 
Wolfs are not a problem here in Kentucky, but we have a over abundance of coyote's. I take no "JOY" in shooting them, but I know that population control is important! I would rather kill one quickly then letting disease, and starvation kill one slowly!
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Originally posted by 3_tens 3_tens wrote:

Originally posted by K.I.A. K.I.A. wrote:

I have a question, and i dint want to sound rude or disrespectful to any one that does hunt predators but what do you do with them after you get one? Lil, Ive never hunted predator before and was always curious

I celebrate the lives of all the other game that is saved. We used to have lots of rabbits and squirrels. Since they protected the Hawks and Owls the rabbits are all most gone. I like to sit out and watch the song birds feed at the feeder. 2-3 times a day a hawk will swoop down and grab the song birds off of the bowl. You see K.I.A. the issue is balance. Without balance all plants and animals are at risk. No individual species from bacteria up to man can be given protected advantage over all others. It is unnatural. The earth has done well for Billions of years. The only problems come up when the natural selection is altered. Man is not wise enough to make the decisions over Mother Nature. Some Idiots made an uninformed decision to over protect predators. Now we have lost many other species, or they are at risk of extinction due to these bureaucrats.


No i understand what your saying. lol trying telling that to the hippies and tree huggers.No, here in alberta it is very rare to see a wolf so (stupidly) i assumed that it was like this every where however this is not the case. Anyway, can you eat wolf? or is the pelt the only good part?
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Originally posted by Kickboxer Kickboxer wrote:

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.printable&pageId=108561


That'll bring a tear to an eye of anyone who's ever had a dog
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The third wolf was shot in the Lolo Zone in northcentral Idaho on Tuesday, according to an Idaho Department of Fish and Game spokesman. It was not checked in physically yet, but the hunter contacted Fish and Game by phone.

Idahoan Scott Bledsoe shot a gray male in Unit 12 by the Powell Ranger Station.

He joins Robert Millage of Kamiah and Jay Mize of Emmett as successful hunters Tuesday. No kills have been reported Wednesday.

Hunters are required to report wolf kills within 24 hours.

U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy still is considering whether to allow the season to continue after 13 environmental groups asked for a injunction to stop the seasons in Idaho and Montana, which opens Sept. 15.




I still have not  been  able to go get mine but i will Bandito



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Damn I read that article, and I cant stop thinking about my pet wolf. The 14 years we had together were the best of my life with animals.
 
Where is my tissue, Dont read that article with out if you have ever loved a animal.
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Originally posted by KY Hick KY Hick wrote:

Damn I read that article, and I cant stop thinking about my pet wolf. The 14 years we had together were the best of my life with animals.
 
Where is my tissue, Dont read that article with out if you have ever loved a animal.
i read it  and think of all the elk calfs & deer fawns, livestock ect... that will be saved, btw i am an animal lover they taste great.


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another wolf bites the dust in idaho. 
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Sahweet, if you get lucky enough to find one make sure to post some pics for us.  Good luck.  Thunbs Up
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Better belive i will. going get stuff or tanned one of two if i get one. real good chance of getting one also Big Smile
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