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Wolf Harvest Update – 1/10/2012
By Matt Schauer


Montana hunters have killed 131 wolves across the state.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks have already extended the season through February 15, 2012.  In the West Fork of the Bitterroot, the wolves are have been especially difficult to hunt. Only 3 tags, of the 18 alloted, are filled.

The Ravalli Republic reports that the FWP Commission will offer a proposal, this month, to extend the season in WMU 250 until April 1, 2012. FWP Region 2 Director Mack Long had this to say.

We feel like we need to reach that quota. We think it’s very important to get predators in that area under control.

Our No. 1 priority was to have sportsmen accomplish the harvest. We’re very supportive of a season extension. We are hoping people will support that.

How do you feel about a second season extension in the West Fork?  Read the full article from Perry Backus HERE.

Wolf Harvest Update – 1/10/2012

Wolf Management Unit

Season

Quota

Subunit

Quota

Harvest

Subunit

Harvest

Status

100 General

18

15

OPEN
101 General

19

19

CLOSED 12-29-11
110 General

2

1

OPEN
121 General

17

10

OPEN
130 General

12

11

OPEN
150 General

3

1

OPEN
200 General

22

6

OPEN
210 General

36

17

OPEN
250 General

18

3

OPEN
290
     290 General

20

10

OPEN
     280 General

4

2

OPEN
310 General

19

13

OPEN
320 General

6

3

OPEN
390
     390 General

18

18

CLOSED 11-16-11
     313/316 General

3

4

CLOSED 10-06-11
400 General

10

4

OPEN
Wolf Harvest Total

 131

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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