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    Wolf tag or not?

    I will be hunting in SE Montana this fall. The area is 705 around Ekalaka. What's the chance of seeing a wolf on this area? Should I buy a tag? Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Drysdale View Post
    I will be hunting in SE Montana this fall. The area is 705 around Ekalaka. What's the chance of seeing a wolf on this area? Should I buy a tag? Thanks in advance.
    I don't personally know the area, but I certainly doubt that you'll see a wolf in SE Montana...SW Montana they're around there for sure.

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    Skip the wolf tag, Mr. D.

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    SSS no tag needed
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    Thanks guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    SSS not tag needed
    Im sure any rancher around there would help you with any or all of that!

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    SSS heard that before out there! LOL But to answer your question I wouldn't waste my money on a wolf tag in that area.

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    Come to think of it, it's out of the Recovery area and I'm pretty sure it's a Shoot on Sight situation. No tag needed, they're considered an unprotected predator like a coyote.

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    Seriously if I knew there was a good chance of seeing a wolf I would buy a tag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shootbrownelk View Post
    Come to think of it, it's out of the Recovery area and I'm pretty sure it's a Shoot on Sight situation. No tag needed, they're considered an unprotected predator like a coyote.
    Not in MT. I am not advocating SSS. The likelihood of seeing a wolf around
    Ekalaka is super slim.

 

 

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