There are still no closed WMUs for wolf hunters to be aware of, and the total number of wolves is still on the rise at 87 wolves harvested as of Sunday, November 24th. The wolf hunting hot spots seem to be WMU 101, where 15 wolves have been taken, and WMU 390, where 12 have been harvested so far. The wolf hunting season will last through March 15th, while wolf trapping season opens December 15th and ends on February 28th.
(Information via Montana FWP; Cover photo: oregonlive.com)
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