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October 15, 2009

Montana closes wolf hunting near Yellowstone

Billings, Mont. (AP) – Montana wildlife commissioners on Tuesday shut down wolf hunting adjacent to Yellowstone National Park after nine of the predators were killed there in recent weeks, but kept the statewide wolf harvest quota unchanged at 75 animals. This year’s hunt is the first since wolves came off the endangered species list in

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Montana commissioners say wolf quota unlikely to go up

Billings, Mont. (AP) – Montana wildlife commissioners say there is little likelihood the state will increase the 2009 gray wolf quota when changes to the inaugural hunting season for the animal are considered on Tuesday afternoon. Responding to concerns about the high number of wolves being killed near Yellowstone National Park, commissioners say they are

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Authorities nab 4 men in elk poaching cases

Bonners Ferry, Idaho (AP) – The Idaho Department of Fish and Game says a series of hotline tips helped nab four men in elk poaching investigations in northern Idaho. Agency enforcement officials say they have charged 56-year-old Roland Hall, a Bonners Ferry veterinarian, and his hunting partner, 32-year-old Dennis Liermann Jr., with illegally killing elk

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State Wide

ALGOMA_AREA Recent rains have helped increase flow on the rivers, and lots of salmon are up the Ahnapee and Kewaunee rivers. Anglers have had some success casting spoons for trout and salmon off the piers in Algoma and Kewaunee. Most of the fish are being caught at sunrise and sunset, but some are being taken

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