Anybody see any during gun season?
I thought he meant someone shot a wolf last year too. I had to read it a few times [hey it's late]. Hopefully I am taking it the right way that they just took a photo of one last year and it wasn't a pic of a wolf 'taken' last year .Rico said:Yup, triple S
But remember not to post about photos at deer camp of one shot last year.
I don't think many people on this site would see it that way. It just doesn't seem to be the mentality in MI. Judging by most of the opinions I have heard, they seem to think the wolves are killing off a lot of the deer (and livestock/pets). Kind of boggles the mind as to how 400 wolves can have such a negative effect on the deer population in the UP, yet there are hundreds of thousands of people hunting deer every year in the LP and there seems to be plenty of deer to go around. MI is not really a pro-wilderness state and it really can't be, it's too overpopulated. Its too bad, but that's just the way it is.tela99 said:don't wolves and other predators take the easier prey to kill, while most hunters are hunting for the best of the species? i.e. large rack, or large animal. resulting in healthier "prey" populations?