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    Default wolves are thick

    Just got back from harvesting on a pack of 30 + wolves,have some pic's of tracks and finsished product,seeking others to help reduce the moose killing population's.have 5 snowmachines and looking to hunt these bas----down.

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    Default where you huntin them at

    sounds like that big pack at the mouth of the big su.....how are the hides on em....a few of the bigger packs out there have lice.....how many did you get.....good job
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    Where are you at? There are lots of Portage Creeks.

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    Never mind I clicked on your link.

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    I remember talking to you about this last year along with hunting caribou and staying at your place. Are you offering this again? I am not sure if it will work out for us. Kinda started thinking about a bou hunt either in unit 9 swoop and shoot or if time off is obtainable flying over to your place. It just didn't work out last year and may not this year either, but the offer sounded good if air fare isn't sky high.

    So how many wolves did you take out?

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    I'm interested. Give me the details and how much it would cost me to fly out and join you for a few days.

    Please email me at todperk@hotmail.com.

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    are you hunting out of Dillingham? Sounds like some good hunting shure would be fun! Can't imagine what it would cost round trip to get down there from Anchorage. I would probably have to get 5 just to cover the cost of the tix.

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    Default this portage creek west of dillingham

    have a pilot that will fly from dillingham to here,have modern day house,new 03,have not check for lice for still hunting,have seperate house for skinning,this is it for you guy's that have said to tell you when to come,call me at (907)842-7191 is serious and i will hold off in going in the morning.this is not bs and seek serious moose eating harvester's.Chrisps this east of dillingham and will be hunting west of portage creek
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    Default Wolves

    Not sure if I can make it all the way down to Dillingham, but I would love to harvest a wolf or two this winter. Anyone have any leads around Fairbanks or north of here? I could here some calls tonight as I was taking some northern lights photos out near Chena Lakes (where they ate my neighbor's dog). Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

    Fuse

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    One of my buds popped one lastnight. I ran into their pack mates about 20 minutes later, but they unarsed the area as soon as they saw me.
    Now what ?

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    Default open invite

    got one yesterday,and had a little bo bo on a tundra head,saw seven after tagging the one and limping back, looks like three different packs merged and then split, the river is great traveling but the flats are a little bit tough but great for the long shot,realize not so cheap to make out here but if one can its an open invite for grub and gas.going back out at first light.

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    I'm leaving in about an hour to go look for the pack in my neighborhood. You are getting me stoked! Won't mind seeing the pack of 8 we've been going after, but I know they grew again.
    The emphasis is on accuracy, not power!

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    Default wolves

    I have a snowmachine and want to go hunt wolves. can any one help me?

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    I bagged one yesterday, good sized male with nice fur. Fairly white underneath with black tips.
    The emphasis is on accuracy, not power!

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    I live in wasilla and would like to take a few wolves, If anyone could send me in a general direction I would appreciate it. Iam not asking for you secret spot. Just asking to be pointed in a general direction. I would like to do my part in prediator control.
    Thanks Big Daddy!!!!

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    Hatchers Pass has wolves in it, a bud shot one this past fall while calling moose, nice big male.

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    Default be carefull

    Just wanted to say becarefull and don't get the hardon i did when seeing the pack,my little bo bo got me a couple craked ribs and side lined me.will be back in action soon and glad to hear you guy's are thinning the over populateed wolfs of the state.

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    I make sure I am careful always while out predator hunting, want to live to tell the story.
    Big Daddy, go north towards Cantwell. Can almost go anywhere and pack a rifle if you snowmachine.
    The emphasis is on accuracy, not power!

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    I sent a PM.
    It ain't about the # of pounds of meat we bring back, nor about how much we spent to go do it. Its about seeing what no one else sees.

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