Idaho proposes wolf baiting; mulls bounty on problem wolves
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Idaho proposes wolf baiting; mulls bounty on problem wolves
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game has formally proposed to allow sportsmen to use bait when hunting wolves, and a committee formed to oversee wolf depredation control for the state has discussed implementing a bounty on problem wolves with IDFG...

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Idaho proposes wolf baiting; mulls bounty on problem wolves
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Idaho proposes wolf baiting; mulls bounty on problem wolves
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game has formally proposed to allow sportsmen to use bait when hunting wolves, and a committee formed to oversee...
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