Mark Guderski

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NOT Harvested, but COOL picture.

By 9 years ago

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This was trapped in a coyote set. VERY Pretty and VERYYYY Deadly creature. As Wisconsin Law dictated, this Wolf was released. They now have changed the law IF you get a tag. Root for me to get a tag. NO reason to have these creatures here.

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Michael Potter

Michael Potter

what about the fact that those creatures were there well before humans were
Adam Gates

Adam Gates

Mike, if all you do is bash post's or doubt what the picture is why even comment?
Zack Doyle

Zack Doyle

The folks who own the farm I hunt outside of Durand have seen several in their area. Its amazing how fast their numbers are growing.
Adam Gates

Adam Gates

I put in for my tag.
Mark Guderski

Mark Guderski

In the 1800s, those good people took care of their problem so they could live and survive. Now people have reintroduced them to Wisconsin. Now we pay people compensation for their lost pets and livestock. I dont want to see extinction, but we need more population control. Thanks for being courteous about my opinions and I will be courteous about yours.
Mike Morgan

Mike Morgan

No need to wipe them out.I do believe controlled harvest on them though.And there are reasons for them to be here.Look up what predators benefits to the environment are.Anyway happy hunting and good luck getting your tag.
Chester Miller

Chester Miller

I agree with Mike Morgan. There is no need to wipe them out.
Mark Guderski

Mark Guderski

I agree with him too.
Nicole Lynch

Nicole Lynch

They absolutely do need to be managed. Take it from someone who lives in Idaho and had these non-native wolves introduced here without the consent of the Idaho citizens. Our elk herds are being rapidly depleted because of these wolves, and most of the time they're just surplus kills. The wolves don't even eat most of them. They have to be managed, period. Just like any other game creature.
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