Dealing with Wolves in the U.P. of Michigan: A Trail Camera's Perspective

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  • Darren's avatar

    Same in BC. I've had to leave a few area's with the hounds recently seeing more wolf tracks than cats. Not worth the risk

  • U.P.'s avatar

    @Darren ..that's sucks, the sad thing is they are protected here in Michigan.

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    We can hunt them here in most units and the season is fairly long, depends on what elevation they are at as well. Not a lot of people hunt them though except for trappers. Its's more of a see one and shoot it kinda deal. No tag required but there is an inspection. I should put some effort into reducing them. Only so many days I can get out though with the free pass from my Wife!

  • U.P.'s avatar

    @Darren ...haha...I'm right there with ya. Tough to be a married guy now a days. 🤣

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