Friday, March 2, 2012

November Wolf Season

Minnesota continues to prepare for its first wolf hunting season.

Conservation Officer Nikki Shoutz tells KLKS News, the season will be held the end of November.  She says the pelts should be in prime condition then.  A number of means can be used to take the great predator, including rifle, archery, muzzle loader and trapping. 

The six thousand licenses will be issued by lottery.

Shoutz says once 400 wolves have been taken, the season will be closed.

Baiting and calls will be allowed with some restrictions.

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