People wonder how a little old wolf can kill a big bull elk. Well wonder no more...

People wonder how a little old wolf can kill a big bull elk. Well wonder no more...

Joined: January 1st, 1970, 12:00 am

January 17th, 2011, 4:48 pm #1

Received this in email...

This wolf was shot in the Salmon area of Idaho .
This is one BIG Wolf....

This is what we are up against in Idaho , Montana , Wyoming and Oregon , These big wolves are eating everything in their wake and expanding their territory faster than we can keep track of them.
Who is afraid of the "Big Bad Wolf?"
Those wolves don't bother anything or anybody??? Guess again. Wendy who sent me this one lives near Challis.

Heidi Leavitt shot this wolf just outside their home down river at Spring Creek. Heidi was in the store and said that they have had a pack running around their place and decided when they heard about them coming their way again, they would try and shoot one (she did have a tag). So the next time came quickly and while waiting for the pack to get closer, they looked in the woods below them and there was this wolf.
He weighed 127 lbs and was a collared wolf and by the time they got it to Fish & Game (which is probably an 1.5 hr drive, Fish & Game already knew about the wolf and said they had been looking for him. He is now skinned and hanging at their place.

The wolf pack had been terrorizing campers lately. Had a couple of guys treed in the cab of their pickup all night at Colson Creek campground. Not afraid of human campsites at all.






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Joined: January 1st, 1970, 12:00 am

January 17th, 2011, 4:58 pm #2

Taking down and killing the average person...I've seen Saeda take down a wounded large doe no problem and she weighed about 95 pounds...I hate to see these animals killed but if it comes around your home, family and pets you really have no choice...shooing it away is not a deterrent...they'll come back if they sense food is available...damn that's a beautiful animal...what a waste...
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Lone Wolf
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January 17th, 2011, 8:24 pm #3

I side with my kin, the wolves......haha.
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