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    Good job Wyoming!

    You guys are managing wolves like coyotes! No limit. Finally we are going to get control of these guys. It is in bugle magazine that I just got.


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    It should be that way in most states!

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    Do you need o buy a tag for them? Can a nonresident hunt them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigpros View Post
    Do you need o buy a tag for them? Can a nonresident hunt them?
    Thats what I was wondering too, most states or maybe all,there is no limit or season on coyotes.
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    Wolves are only going to be considered predators in the parts of the state where they do not have a trophy game area. Unfortunately there is going to be a mortality system in place for the areas that are most effected by the wolves. The way the mortality system works is that there can be an unlimited amount of tags sold and only so many wolves harvested so you would have to call a hotline to make sure the quota has not been met before hunting in an area. Other than the four trophy game areas wolves are going to be treated as predators however the game and fish has not made it completely clear whether you will need a license or not. There have been wolves spotted near the coal mines in eastern Wyoming so they are getting a little out of control I hope we kill them all.

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    Here is a pic, and no tags. They know what they are doing!
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    Here is what Montana and idaho are doing:
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    Quote Originally Posted by velvetfvr View Post
    Here is what Montana and idaho are doing:
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    I think I have a kink in my neck after reading that.
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    It is about time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by In God We Trust View Post
    It is about time!
    Yep were cooking with peanut oil as Phil from Duck Dynasty would say!
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