Wisconsin Hunters Bag 4 Wolves on Opening Day

Dedicated Wisconsin hunters wasted no time yesterday taking full advantage of the state's first wolf hunt. By the end of the day four wolves had been reported killed on theWisconsin DNR website. The statewide quota is only 116 wolves, and with over 1,160 licences awarded through a random lottery, hunters looking to bag a wolf are wise to start soon.

Of the four wolves harvested so far

At least one of the wolves harvested was called in. So far only about half of Wisconsin hunters selected as eligible to buy a wolf tag have done so. If you were drawn for a wolf tag in Wisconsin, but not able to use it you may also transfer your license to another hunter over the age of 18 by submtitting a Transfer Application to the DNR.

Congratulations to the successful hunters so far, and good luck to any Wisconsin Hunters currently trying to a bag a wolf.