The Top Four Reasons Wolf Management Makes Sense

The Top Four Reasons Wolf Management Makes Sense

“On Your Own Adventures” hosted by big game hunter and conservation historian Randy Newberg, recently produced the first documentary of a wolf  hunt in the Lower 48. Soon to be featured on the Sportsman Channel, Randy and his hunting partner Matt Clyde over an 11 day period, discuss at length the history and current impact [...]

Wolves vs Elk…. RMEF turns up the heat

Wolves vs Elk…. RMEF turns up the heat

        We recently posted an article about the impact of Wolves on our Idaho elk herds.  Here is another story from the RMEF one of the most rebutable conservation groups in the country.  I have personally met with the CEO David Allen and interviewed him.  David is a man who stands up [...]

Wolf packs increase despite hunt

Wolf packs increase despite hunt

          Despite Idaho’s first Wolf hunt with about two months left to go in the season the wolf packs have been increasing.  Close to a 150 wolves have been killed to date and half of the states’s hunting zones have been closed.  For the full story go to the Idaho Mountain [...]

Idaho may consider extending wolf hunt season

Lewiston, Idaho (AP) – Idaho wildlife officials are thinking about extending the wolf hunting season in certain hunting zones across the state.

The fight between two predators

The fight between two predators

        The fight over wolf reintroduction has polarized people and roiled passions in Idaho. The fight has only just begun. Reintroduction raised the question of whether wolves or humans would be the No. 1 predator in the wild reaches of the state”lands that have become less and less wild with every year [...]

Alberta – Wolf, Coyote Hunt

Three or six day wolf and coyote hunts are based out of this outfitters lodge. The hunts are from November thru to the end of March, and these hunts are a great winter hunt! The boreal forest, farm land transition terrain provides high numbers of these wary predators in Northern Alberta giving hunters good opportunity. It can be a social hunt at times, it can be solitary, you will see the country side and you will enjoy the evening home cooked meals and the many stories that are a part of the evening sharing that takes place.