A lot more generous than Montana. They won't be able to do that forever, but 10 month season, that includes trapping, and no quotas, except for the units that border YNP ought to be able knock the population back quite a bit.
Hopefully it will put a dent in them. I am a member on a hunting forum in the northeast also, and one of the guys on there is going on his first elk hunt in Idaho this year. Another guy told him he had lived in that area, and always got elk. Then the wolves moved in, and they said the elk became very sparse there.
I take most of that stuff with a grain of salt, but some people obviously will be happy about this news.
I doubt it would be worth going up there just to chase wolves but it would be great to get one. Looks like thier pretty serious about killing as many as they can get away with. It will be intersting to see how easy or difficult it will be to get them under control. We can kill all the coyotes we want year round and it never seems to male any difference at all.
Good to see they are getting it all worked out and getting some seasons started. I do not think it would be worth my time to go up there for a wolf season, even though I would like too. It did not say but will the season go along with any big game seasons. I think it would be worth my time to go up there and hunt deer or elk and have a wolf tag in pocket just in case. Would make for a real nice trip to bag a nice muley and maybe a wolf....definetly worth the drive and money then.
Today's headlines read, "Hunter Dies of Heart Attack!"
I don't know how many times I have seen that headline in the past 16 years that I have lived in Colorado.
I moved here in 1994 via the U.S. Army to Ft. Carson, Colorado. The "Mountain Post" as it is sometimes called.
When I arrived here, in pretty good shape, the unit told me that I could not participate in P.T. (physical training) for at least 30 days. Now, I had just come from an overseas tour in Korea and was stationed in the...