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Wolf hunt stirs up some mixed feelings
By Kurt Krueger

NOT EVERY person who hunts and traps is elated about the prospect of killing a wolf just because Wisconsin has approved a harvest season for this fall.

I support what legislators and Gov. Walker have done to establish some effective control measures on wolf numbers, but that doesn’t equate to wanting the job.
Some of you are thinking the scribbler is getting soft as the years pass, and that might be part of it. But mostly, I think people have impressed on me over the years that the wolf is a unique animal that deserves an extra measure of respect as the state’s largest natural predator. 
Tuesday, April 10, 2012 3:04 PM
 

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0 #3 2012-05-23 06:20
Very well said, Kurt.
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0 #2 2012-04-22 22:06
I find it funny that now that the wolf has been de-listed that the livestock owners will not be paid anything if the livestock was killed by a wolf.
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0 #1 Gerald Morris 2012-04-11 17:04
Again,you make a lot of sense on a very sensative subject.
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