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New beginning 2011 - Although baiting Wolves is NOT legal, they may be taken incidentally while hunting bear over bait. Take advantage of this rule and carry a Gray Wolf tag during your Black Bear Hunt (you may get lucky).


New beginning 2012 - Hunters may purchase up to five Gray Wolf tags per calendar year. All 5 tags may be used in our area!


Gray Wolf Hunts - 6 days

(September thru December)

Grey Wolf Hunts IdahoGray Wolf tags are new to Idaho as a result of federal delisting and management transferred to the State. The Lolo Zone has one of the highest population of wolves in Idaho. These intelligent animals have never been hunted until 2009 - so now offers the opportunity of a lifetime to harvest this elusive species within the lower 48 states.

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Finally, the FACTS about Wolf "Reintroduction" - By far, the BEST documentary on this highly controversial subject. "Crying Wolf" is an independently produced documentary film by Jeffrey King, a 20 year old Montana resident. His passions are filmmaking, wildlife, and truth, wherever it may (or may not) be found. He finished his studies last fall, when he completed his B.S.B.A. in Business Management via a distance program through Thomas Edison State College.  This film is about exposing the lies and proclaiming the truth about what the movement to bring back wolves to Yellowstone – and the rest of America – is really about.  The film is nearly 1 hour long - and well worth the time spent.

Find out who’s really "Crying Wolf",

"A different way of thinking has emerged in our country and is becoming ever more prominent in our governments and the rest of American culture.  This philosophy, known as environmentalism, is now at the forefront of our decision-makers brains and is constantly shaping their thoughts and policies.  It was in this mindset that the decision was made by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to transplant wolves from their homeland in Canada and release them in Yellowstone National Park and central Idaho in 1995 and ’96.  The agency, along with many environmental and animal rights groups,  praised the decision: it was almost as though they were triumphantly heralding the return of some unjustly banished royalty.  But their real triumph was that, by elevating animal over man once again, they were given access to tens of millions of dollars and greater control over both private and public property.  You see putting wolves in Yellowstone was never about saving wolves or balancing ecosystems.  There was another agenda.  One they would not reveal to the American public, but would see through, no matter how far they had to bend the rules, no matter how much they had to steal, no matter how bad they had to lie, no matter the cost.  And… they did it.  What’s done is done.  And nobody has ever looked back since…

…Until now.”