Basically, there are two (and sometimes three) ways to hunt wolves.
- The first way is to just keep a tag in your pocket, and hope you get lucky. You never know when you might stumble into a pack of wolves. This is extremely common on caribou hunts because the wolves follow the migrating herds. We always council hunters to get a wolf tag when they’re hunting in wolf country.
- The second way to hunt if you’re interested in shooting a wolf is to wait for the wolf to come to you, either by sitting bait or calling. In Canada, they can bait in wolves, but in Idaho & Montana wolves are currently considered a game species and baiting is not allowed. That doesn’t mean you can’t get a wolf to come to you though. Predator calling can work very well.
- In the right situation, a well executed drive can be very effective. Our Ontario wolf hunting outfitter has had spectacular results with this method.
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