Minnesota DNR Proposes 400-Wolf Quota

Wolf hunters and trappers would be able to kill as many as 400 wolves in the state beginning later this year, under a season framework DNR officials were to unveil later this week.

The season would begin Nov. 24 and end Jan. 5, 2013, unless the quota were reached before that…

…Under the agency’s proposal, about 6,000 wolf licenses would be distributed via lottery.

The cost for a resident hunting license would be $50; a resident trapping license would cost the same. A nonresident hunting license would be $230 and nonresidents wouldn’t be allowed to trap wolves.

The season would be open statewide, and the state wouldn’t be broken into zones…

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