Thursday, November 26, 2009

Wolf Stats for today

114 wolves have been harvested in Idaho as of today,leaving 106 more to harvest before the season ends.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Wolf harvest in Idaho

As of this date there have been 111 wolves harvested in Idaho.
Only 108 left to harvest until the quota is met.
Here are some startling facts about the ways of the wolf.
The truth is wolves are killing machines, they are the ultimate predator in North America. They are not even surpassed by the grizzly bear. Do the research! You will find wolves are not conservationists, they are known to kill everything in the ecosystem starting with prey first, then other predators, then start killing each other because they are cannibals.

You want to discuss cattle not being killed in a humane way, in comparison to wolves there is none. Wolves are addictive "Sport Killers" this takes place during the winter in heavy snow, the deeper snow the more "Sport Killing" deer and elk carcasses literally slaughtered for miles on snow-covered logging roads, (two dead elk approximately 150 feet apart), only hind quarters ripped out not eating any of their prey, the carcass left to rot for scavengers, and in many cases the animals are left standing alive bleeding a torturous death in the snow for several days with only hindquarters torn out. It is a very slow and excruciating painful death. This happens routinely while teaching young pup wolves how to hunt.

Monday, November 16, 2009

It;s over for wolf hunting in Montana

As of tonight the wolf hunt in Montana will come to a close as the 75 wolf quota has been met.
In Idaho there have been 118 wolves harvested as of today and there are another 102 wolves left to harvest in Idaho before the quota is met.
The reason for the big influx of wolf kills is due to a sufficient amount of snow fall in the higher elevations to bring the big game down to winter pastures.This means the wolves will follow as the big game are their main appetite.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Moultrie Camera

You might be interested in purchasing a Moultrie camera to catch a photo of these wolves on your property or count how many other big and small game animals are using your property for habitat.
Or use it in your favorite hunting spot to check if that big Elk or Buck is still there.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

Wolf update

As of today there have been 51 wolves harvested in Montana and 91 harvested in Idaho.During my 4 day hunting trip to Ennis,Montana,I didn't see one Elk or even a calf track in one of the heaviest Elk hunting areas of the state.
Most of the animals I did see were Deer and very few of them were hanging in camps throughout the Gravelly mountain area.I talked to hunters who have hunted this area for 40 years and they stated that they haven't seen any sign either and that it is the second year in a row that they have been skunked out of 41 years hunting in the same area.They are equipped with horses and four wheelers,so they have coverd many miles of prime Elk habitat without spotting one Elk and a few Mule deer bucks.They did say that there were wolf sign in the areas where they have been and some hunters have seen the wolves.One hunter spotted 2 wolves chasing elk and when the wolves saw him they stopped chasing the elk and came towards him.He had a wolf tag and bagged one of the wolves.

Monday, November 2, 2009

Wolf Facts

Know your target as coyotes look like wolves from a distance,but up close are easy to distinguish from the wolf.
Gray wolves come in different colors,such as black,tan,grey,white,brownish rust.
Gray wolves are built for travel with narrow bodies, long legs and large feet;
They can easily cover 10-20 miles in a day;
Montana wolves can be either gray or black, and sometimes white;
Montana wolves weigh 70-120 pounds and have a blocky square head;
Coyotes weigh 25-40 pounds and have a narrow, triangular shaped head.
After you bag the wolf,you are required to report the kill within 12 hours to the fish and game department.
If the wolf is wearing a collar,you are rquireed to turn the collarin to the fish and game.
If the wolf has mange as some do,it is best to take the unskinned wolf to the fish and game and they will give you another tag,free of charge.
When skinning a wolf,you should wear latex gloves to keep parasites and the spread of disease off you.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

It is November 1,2009 and the harvesting of wolves from Montana has risen to 28.
The harvesting of wolves in Idaho has risen to 81.

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