You might recall the story of the members of the Montana Wolf Hunting crew collecting donations to provide hunters with Montana wolf tags (click HERE to refresh your memory). Well, the time has come for the drawing! Randomly selected wolf hunters, that participated in the cause, will get their names drawn to get their wolf tags paid for, and it will be announced on the Montana Wolf Hunting Facebook page!
Montana Wolf Hunting is appreciative to everybody that donated to the cause and for all the support that has been received.
The drawing will take place this afternoon, with the results being posted on the Montana Wolf Hunting Facebook page at www.facebook.com/montanawolfhunting. Good luck to all of the hunters that are in the drawing!
Montana’s archery season for wolves opens tomorrow, September 7th, while the state’s rifle season for wolves opens September 15th. For information on the wolf hunting regulations in Montana, visit fwp.mt.gov.
(Photo courtesy of Alyson Booher)
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