Things You Should/Shouldn’t Do Wolf Hunting [Video]

In this video, we dive into the art of wolf hunting. We include vital information on what you should and shouldn’t do. Wolf hunting is far from easy, so here are some tips and tricks to help you become a more successful wolf hunter! Please like, subscribe, and comment if you found this helpful.

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  • kent November 7, 2023, 4:19 pm

    And wear latex gloves when handling wolves due to hydatid tapeworm disease in over 60% of wolves in central Idaho. This a serious and dangerous disease for humans as well as all ungulates. The immature tapeworms burrow out of our gutwalls and encyst in our internal organs if we become contaminated by eggs deposited in their fur by licking themselves and cleaning their rectal areas. Check the internal organs of deer and elk for signs of cysts, especially the livers before you consume them, and cook them well done. IDFG doesn’t want to talk about it, but do the research for yourself… We can thank the quiche-eating liberals for this one. They just laugh and say “get over it. It has been in the sheep industry in Australia for decades…” The wolves, as the established apex predators, are the primary hosts for this disease now in Idaho. Ungulates become contaminated by eating the lush grass that grows up around wolf scat piles containing the billions of excreted tapeworm eggs that remain viable for months, and are the intermediate hosts. They will not remain in a gut environment that is not a100% meat protein diet like canines. I talked to an IDFG biologist about this and she questioned how the wolves could be a danger to humans, until I reminded her of canine grooming habits, and she got real quiet…

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