Wolves. That’s what is on many wolf trappers’ minds, as the season opener is approaching. December 15th is the day that wolf trapping opens in Montana. Hunters have been doing well in managing wolves, too. As a matter of fact, there have been 92 wolves harvested to date in Montana.
Here is a break down from MT FWP, including the areas with quotas:
WOLF MANAGEMENT UNIT / # WOLVES HARVESTED
100 / 6
101 / 19
121 / 5
130 / 6
150 / 5
200 / 4
210 / 1
250 / 2
280 / 0
290 / 5
310 / 5
320 / 12
390 / 13
400 / 6
Below are the WMUs with quotas:
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