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Wolf hunt in Idaho

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2 confirmed kills thus far, a total of 220 will be allowed to be harvested. Ready for a similar hunt in MN and WI.

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I wish that the Dnr would start a wolf season here. Don't know why they wouldn't

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They are no longer considered endangered in MT and ID while they are in all other lower 48. Wyoming was an exception under some circumstances for a while last year and I know a few were killed there until they were reclassified as endangered.

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dont we have to wait 5-10 years something like that before a hunt is possible?

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mrklean, you're right the state will be required to wait five years before any type of hunting or season is allowed. The question I have when it comes to the five years, is that five consecutive years or does the state get credit for the time we have had for the periods that they were delisted(march 2007) than relisted(sept 2008) than delisted(may 2009) and again relisted(june 2009). I figure the state has a good year and a half of good time coming to them. The lastest change as I understand it, in June was that there was no public notice or comment period prior to the wolves be delisted and when the state decides to procede with it again they will have to have a comment period for 60 days. When that time comes make sure your voice is heard and get this back where it belongs in the states hands.

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i would like to see a hunt, i think it could bring good money to the state, i bet someone would pay big money for a wolve tag

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