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The Gray Wolf (Canis Lupus) is the most widely distributed large carnivore in the northern hemisphere.

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wolf hunting

Postby DPMS Panther Arms » Thu Sep 26, 2013 9:09 am

Hello to all fellow hunters out there. I was lucky enough to draw a MN wolf tag for the up coming late season. I will be in the woods Thanksgiving weekend through the week. Our group went 6-6 on the tags and we are extremely happy. 2 of us hunt a lot of yotes and the rest are all rookies to this type of hunting. I'm looking to my fellow predator hunters with wolf knowledge to help me help them better. We will be using e-callers and bait in extreme northern MN. Weather up there can vary from 2"-12" of snow that time of year and -10 to 50 deg. all depends on mother nature. All hunting will be done from tree stands and box stands about 5-8 feet of the ground. We will have everything from deer left overs, road kill picked up(as fresh as possible) and what ever we get for small game left overs till then. Anything you guys can give me for first time WOLF hunt would be great...thanks guys and see you all at the up coming turneys in ND..


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Re: wolf hunting

Postby Tim Anderson » Fri Sep 27, 2013 7:41 pm

Going to Mo. over Thanksgiven to visit family and call some coyotes any other time I sure would love to call in a wolf or two for you... Maybe next time.. Good luck.....


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Re: wolf hunting

Postby DPMS Panther Arms » Mon Sep 30, 2013 9:50 am

Tim--I'd love to take you up on that but if you do not have a drawn lic. you cannot be in the woods. They do not allow anyone in the stand/blind with you unless they also have a tag. When Mn was first talking about doing the hunts 3 years ago I was at every meeting involved with the DNR and so on. The question was brought up many times about having others in the blind with you. the big NO came out every time. Even if you had a member of your party who needed assistance via wheel chair or something. The person helping that person must have a valid tag. My wife is a photographer and I would love for her to be with but she cannot. I should have applied for 2 tags I guess.


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Re: wolf hunting

Postby Jeck » Mon Sep 30, 2013 7:43 pm

Just another reason Minnesota sucks. That state has zero commonsense.

Good luck on the wolf hunt! It should be fun. Be sure to post pics if you are successful. I would love to get one some day.


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Re: wolf hunting

Postby Tim Anderson » Fri Oct 04, 2013 3:03 pm

You should of applied for 3 tags. :D


Just another reason Minnesota sucks. That state has zero commonsense.


I think they were more worried about dishonest hunters when they made the decision.. After all not all deer hunters can be honest or fair when party hunting, why would some of the wolf hunters be any different..


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Re: wolf hunting

Postby Prairie Ghost » Tue Nov 12, 2013 7:41 pm

get a hold of Bucks n bears he hunted them hard last year in your country!
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Re: wolf hunting

Postby Dcoy » Tue Dec 03, 2013 6:14 pm

Bucs is up there now-with a trapping license.
How did you guys do?Not easy calling/baiting them to a fixed spot or stand.


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Re: wolf hunting

Postby Coyotehunter » Tue Dec 03, 2013 8:24 pm

I do not see what the big deal is.............I have no problem with party hunting. the quota is based on what the environment can handle.......or at the very least how much money the state wants to raise to fund other sectors of the budget. who cares who shot what. I don't!


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