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Applications for wolf hunting permits open August 1

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MADISON – Hunters and trappers interested in participating in Wisconsin’s inaugural wolf hunting and trapping season must apply for a permit between August 1 and August 31, 2012. The permit application fee is $10 and applications can be purchased from authorized license agents, over the Internet through the Department of Natural Resources “Online Licensing Center” or by phone at 1-877-945-4236 toll free.


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i heard a commercial on the Fan Radio station today from some outfit offering their services to teach people how to hunt wolves. cant remember the name exactly but the word Safari was in it. waste of money whoever it is.

i'm not putting my hat in, but unless real lucky sitting on your stand, i would guess you would have to have some kind of bait and some kind of patience. but what the heck may as well give it a shot.

i hope all you guy's who got the chance to go, get that chance to bag a wolf. good luck to all.

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