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Old 03-16-2008, 12:59 AM
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ATTENTION!: ALL IDAHO HUNTERS!!!

Our elk herds are being slautered by transplanted grey canadian wolves!

If we do not do something Now it will be to late!!!!

go to Save Our Elk to learn more about this crisis and what you can do about it!

I AM AN IDAHO HUNTER AND I SUPORT THE 3 S RULE!

SHOOT IT!

SHOVEL IT!

AND SHUT UP!
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Wow, I have to research this further....
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the wolf population in northern idaho right now is 1000 with a growth rate of 30% a year.

Each wolf will kill 4 elk a month! 1 for food and 3 for sport. that is 4000 elk per month being killed in northern idaho. thats 48000 elk per year. and growing.

the wolves of coarse arent picky they will also kill deer, moose, domestic dogs, and even bear!
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idaho wolves in oregon

they got pictures of greys crossing hells canyon dam! they have them in wallowa county! collard greys have been found dead along country roads, i agree shoot ,shovel and shut up!! cougars are reaking havok to
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Old 04-05-2008, 12:56 AM
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their are a few cougars in my neck of the woods also. difference is cougars are legal to hunt and dont seem to have as large of an impact on wild life populations as wolves.
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their are a few cougars in my neck of the woods also. difference is cougars are legal to hunt and dont seem to have as large of an impact on wild life populations as wolves.
i agree i think i was reading montana now has a season on wolves lets hope idaho is next
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yeah. the cr@ppy part is they will probly be by tag only like cougars which isnt going to help controll them verry well. they need to make them a predator like coyotes so they can be shot on sight by who ever runs across one at any time.

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Old 04-05-2008, 07:03 PM
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yeah. the cr@ppy part is they will probly be by tag only like cougars which isnt going to help controll them verry well. they need to make them a predator like coyotes so they can be shot on sight by who ever runs across one at any time.

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Tottaly agree Im in Montana and i believe a wolf tag is 15 bucks for resident and 350 for non. But only cattl ranchers can shoot on site. "Boy id like to kill me one of them dogs"
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yeah I mean what are the odds that the guys that are actualy willing to spend 15 bucks a tag are really going to see a wolf? their pretty elusive creatures.

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