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Two Big Alberta Wolves Hunted

By 6 years ago

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Hunter Jason Jeter bagged these two wolves in Conklin, Alberta.

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Roy Adams

Roy Adams

I'm a supporter of wolf hunting when it's necessary. Anyone who has issues with them hasn't spent much time in parts of Canada and Alaska.
Cheri Grimm

Cheri Grimm

More power to them, says an Alaskan!!!
Heath Boeddeker

Heath Boeddeker

I am all for Wolf hunting when the wolf pack gets to big or starts being a menace to the wildlife population and Domestic livestock ,pets, or humans .
Carl Aldridge

Carl Aldridge

There was a time when wolves were a necessary part of the ecosystem but that has long since past. Their numbers must be controlled, they are a menace to humans, game, livestock, and pets.
josh henn

josh henn

carl-i disagree wolves and other predators are necessary for the ecosystem. Just like down here in Georgia Coyotes are a need for the ecosystem. And like wolves, they do need to be controlled.
Kellie Grabher

Kellie Grabher

Read an article; Every doe produces at least 1 fawn. An area that has coyotes only 1 in 4 fawns survive. That's just coyotes! Not to mention Cougars, Wolves, & Bobcats diminishing the deer herd populations!
Ron Maclean

Ron Maclean

What are they feeding those things?When wild dogs can grow that big or bigger,children,livestock,or deer dont stay a chance.
Chad Fletcher

Chad Fletcher

I live not too far from Conklin and there are definitely more than enough wolves around.
Bryan Tena

Bryan Tena

very nice
Scott Meisenburg

Scott Meisenburg

As a Wyoming resident and hunter I have first hand observed what happens when an animal population gets out of control. We had one of the worst years yet for elk hunting in Dubois. We attribute it to two factors. 1) increased predator population ie: wolves and grizzly's 2) lack of cold and snow during the peak of the season. I added #2 since it wouldn't be fair to place all the blame on predators. We had 3 guys in our camp that were there for 21 days of bowhunting. In that 21 days they saw 3 wolves 3 grizzly's and was charged by one massive boar grizz and only 2 elk. They stayed for the first 2 days of rifle opener and went back to Cheyenne to hunt antelope and deer instead out of disgust. We saw one bull and one cow in a weeks time. I firmly believe that the wolves and grizz need to be properly managed through hunting, period.
Curtis Adam Hasper

Curtis Adam Hasper

just shoot wolves dont need a big story. there useless
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