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Old December 8, 2012, 12:38 PM   #15
buck460XVR
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Wolves need to be hunted to retain their fear of man and to keep their numbers in check in areas where too many will become a threat to domestic livestock and pets. They do not need to be eliminated as once thought, nor are they the reason folks go home empty handed after a half arsed attempt at hunting deer. When I was a kid, Wisconsin still had a bounty on them. I would dream about what I would buy with all the money I was gonna make. It took almost 45 years after they removed the bounty that I saw my first wolf in the wild here in Wisconsin. I now have no real desire to pay the $110 required to apply for a permit and to get a kill permit if drawn. But for the reasons stated above, I'm glad some are.
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