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 Posted: Fri May 10th, 2013 01:14 am
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Today it was announced that Michigan will have a Wolf hunt starting November 15 2013 to November 31 or until the target of Wolf Management Unit (WMU) has been filled for that area. Unit A is the far west part of Gogebic Co. 16 Wolf's. Unit B parts of Baraga, Houghton, Ontonagon and Gogebic Co. 19 Wolf's. Unit C parts of Luce and Mackinac Co. 8 Wolf's. License go on sale Aug.3,2013 Price $100 for residents.



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 Posted: Tue May 14th, 2013 07:13 pm
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what do you guys think of the wolf hunt ? sounds fun to me !



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 Posted: Tue May 14th, 2013 11:04 pm
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IDK, could get ugly if the wolves decide to hunt you ... think I'd rather just hunt deer or pheasant, you know, something that won't consider me a food source, :lol:.

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I don't think I would ever go, cause I don't think I would ever eat one. But it seems to me that the population of wolves is becoming a problem and dangerous for the UP'ers. That being said I would not think twice about shooting a coyote during my deer hunt if I have a good shot.



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Hit reply three times

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Hit reply three times :banging head on

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 Posted: Wed May 22nd, 2013 06:03 am
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Those darn Wolfs need thinning out. My Grand Sons in Houghton Co. are worth more than all of those Wolfs. If it was up to me witch it isn't I would shoot them on sight. And I would not miss. It would be one shot one kill. There would not be a need for a Wolf hunting season. If you kill them now we won't need to worry about the pups surviving to add to the population problem. After all the wolfs are in need of food for their pups and they will take as much as they can get. Like Dogs, Chickens, Cattle, Horses and do you think they would stop when they see a little kid. Heck it is getting so you can't even buy ammo. For the last 50> years there has never been such a ammo shortage. What the heck is going on here.:banging head on I feel much better now. I will behave.



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