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    Love it!!!
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    Mossy Oak, Carbon Express, Parker Bows, Copper John, Montana Decoys and VPA Broadheads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Hulburt View Post
    I posted a picture of this critter on the general board but figured I should put it up here for all you Idaho hunters to see.

    Caught this wolf in the act of devouring a trophy game animal and was able to get a snap shot off with my trusty old 30-30 just as it was going out of sight.

    Glad we are able to fight back this fall instead of having our hands tied. Kudo's to the state of Idaho for caring about the future of hunting!
    good job and congrats!
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    Thats sweet! We need to start seeing pictures like that coming from all the states housing wolves.

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    Congrats Joe! Thanks for taking one out of the pack!

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    Nice job!! Keep thinning the packs!

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    Good on you for taking that wolf out of the gene pool, Congratulations!!
    They're "reintroducing" wolves here in AZ, and we can't hunt them, yet, but most folks can't wait to start. They've devastated our deer and elk populations, and also impact the turkey and other game.
    “We do not go to the green woods and crystal waters to rough it, we go to smooth it. We get it rough enough at home; in towns and cities;…” -George W. “Nessmuk” Sears-

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    Thanks for helping out, man! Congrats!!!!

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    By shooting one wolf you saved 9.9 elk 5.7 deer a year. Every wolf hunter in Idaho keep up the good work. I looked on Idaho game and fish web site and saw that 304 wolves have been harvested this season. Keep saving elk and deer one wolf at a time

    It is looking like Wyoming will pass the bill this year. That means we will be hunting the wolves.

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    Nice! you saved 9.9 elk and 5.7 deer a year or that is the report that has been put from Wyoming in the wolf management plan. Keep up the good work Idaho. Saving elk and deer one wolf at atime.

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    Its always great to see a DEAD wolf and a HAPPY hunter!!!!! Drove up to Avery, ID yesterday. Been 5 killed around there so far from what i found out!

 

 

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