Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Fish and Game: 245 Wolves Killed With a Month to Go in Current Season

Posted By on Tue, Mar 5, 2013 at 9:30 AM

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game announced Monday that Gem State hunters have killed significantly fewer wolves this season—245—compared to last year's kill—379.

But Fish and Game officials quickly added that the hunting and trapping season will remain open through much of the state until the end of the month. Hunting and trapping in Idaho's north-central Lolo and Selway zones will remain open through Sunday, June 30.

The Associated Press reports that IDFG officials are "encouraging hunters and trappers to focus on the hard-to-reach backcountry, where success rates have been low."

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