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Five Areas Closed To Wolf Hunting

October 25, 2013 Greater Yellowstone, Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming No Comments
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Five hunt areas are closed now as the 2013 wolf hunting season in Wyoming continues.  The quota of three wolves was recently met in area three located north and west of the North Fork of the Shoshone River outside Yellowstone National Park.  Two of the four other hunt areas that are closed are located in the Jackson Hole area.  At this time, 15 of the 29 wolves set as the seasonal quota for 2013 have been killed in the trophy game harvest.  Wolf hunting season closes in the trophy game hunt areas December 31st. In all other areas of the state where wolves are designated as predatory animals, no license is required to harvest a wolf, and there are no closed seasons or bag limits.

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