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The Wyoming G&F is trying to get Wolves listed as "predators". What this means, boys and girls, is IF they get it done, I will be going calling just outside the yellowstone area. They will no longer be protected unless in the park. Sure have been praying for this. :twisted:
 

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Now if we can just find enough legislators here in Montana with the stones to follow suit! Why can't we just tell the Feds to take a flying poke at a rolling doughnut and handle it among ourselves? Cause were glued to the Federal tit, that's why. Can you imagine the outcry among the pushy lesbians if they jeopardized school funding or homeless troughs JUST TO APPEASE THOSE AWFUL REDNECKS?!

Sorry. Haven't choked any hippies lately and I was getting pretty ornery.

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There is also talk of changing the status of the wolf in MI too. The darn things are being seen everywhere. The MI DNR, aka MI Dept. of No Reason, put them here for a "true wilderness experience." It's a good thing that they don't hurt the game populations too. :roll: MI VHNTR
 

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:lol: You got that right MI VHTR. Where I hunt in Iron Co. the wolves have eaten just about everything. In 2 years I went from seeing 15-20 deer a day to seeing 1-2 a day. Wolf sign and coyote tracks everywhere. Course the DNR says that wolves and coyotes wont stay in the same area....Must be what the coyotes are saying when I hear a wolf howl and then a pack of coyotes yipping (lipping) off to it. People got rid of the wolves years ago for a reason . . . to bad the powers that be never learned anything from history. YEP, I'M MAD
 

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longwinters, it's pretty much the same thing all over. I've heard people complaining about the wolves north of here, and in every other direction too. It's just that we "needed", more predators UP here. :roll: MI VHNTR
 

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whenever you hear the term "natural balance", understand that it means no human involvement. PERIOD.

It oughta set off the same alarm bells that "its for the children..." does.

Lying ratbastards

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SO...SO true Redial. I first heard the words natural balance in 73, I was 14. Not too far from that time a bunch of freak.......in hippies was caught with a van load of wolf hybreds at the south entrance of jellystone. I was on a very memorable snowmachine trip thru there in 76 and we all stopped on Dunraven pass to see a BIG black wolf at 100yards. No question they were going to be there whether the ecofreaks got their plant or not. I have no problem sharing the back country with another preditor. We love hearing (and hunting) the yote's and the grizz and lions are everywhere. It's the fact that we at the state level have no control of wolf and grizz that pi... 's us off.
 

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:( I've lived in Minnesota which had a good population of wolves for the last 30 years . Now I'm in Wisconsin which has surpassed their wolf goal a year ago. There is so much political manuvering with wolves it makes me sick. The scientific community is getting a lot of cash to study these wolves. There are a lot of groups and government money being spent on them. The wolf hasn't beed dellisted anywhere in the 48 and I doubt if you'll see it . Wyoming has a chance because there are more anti wolf people there than in these other states. Don't get your hopes up and don't think you will get a fair shake. The Feds are already giving excuses why Wyoming can't delist wolves.
 
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