As of February 15th, there have been 189 wolves harvested in Montana, with 64 being taken by trappers and 125 by hunters. To date, the only Wolf Management Unit (WMU) closure is WMU 313, which closed on November 6, 2014.
One year ago at this time, there was a total of 215 wolves harvested with 78 taken by trappers and 138 by hunters. There is still time for trappers to get their wolves, as the state’s wolf trapping season closes on February 28th. Hunters have an extra two weeks, as the state’s wolf hunting season closes on March 15th.
For more information on hunting and trapping wolves in Montana, including to view an electronic version of the current wolf regulations, visit fwp.mt.gov.
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