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    We just hate hogs. Folks have business entities set up for nuisance animal removal and can call those toys a business expense. I used to take a thermal camera from work out on varmint shoots and would have fun.

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    From Save Western Wildlife facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SaveWesternWildlife
    "Prior to the wolf introduction experiment, the 20 something year old wolf experts, who were working (At that time), to end public access to roads, using the resident wolves to achieve their goal. They adamantly fought for the native wolf for a decade, so they could use the animal to achieve their activist agenda, but when they failed in court, and the road was kept open, Jerome Hansen of Idaho Fish and Game, and many other employees, chose to erase this species, claiming they never existed. They did this, so Idaho Fish and Game could enter into a different collaboration to introduce a non native subspecies. Here is one document, of hundreds, that proves we had a viable and growing wolf population, native to the region."


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    Well I personally don't hunt wolves here in Idaho. I have bought a tag or two....funny never saw a wolf while totin a tag for one.

    I did notice though Idaho doesn't require a tag for varmits.....like coyotes...... The natural grasses here, and the minerals in the mountain water REALLY do help them grow though....

    Tread quietly though....or you can miss the sporting double shot you see most of the time....
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    I hunt because......

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    all non-resident elk/deer hunters, should be able to buy a wolf tag for something like $25, just in case they get a crack at one...


    make it so every NR buys a tag and make it cheap enough so they buy 1 just for that "what if they see one" moment,

    honestly they should just make it mandatory, tack on $25 and throw in a wolf tag.

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    That's pretty much how the a lot of the Canadian outfitters operate.

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    NR wolf tags are $31.75 in Idaho! There are also bear and lion tags for $31.75 in some areas. A NR can also use their deer or elk tag to take a bear, lion, or wolf if they want to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    NR wolf tags are $31.75 in Idaho! There are also bear and lion tags for $31.75 in some areas. A NR can also use their deer or elk tag to take a bear, lion, or wolf if they want to.
    That's always what I've loved about hunting ID they give you lots of options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    That's always what I've loved about hunting ID they give you lots of options.
    They even give me tags I want sometimes lol. Atleast when they are trying to thin out a predator they make it easy and affordable a NR.

 

 

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