Article Billboards outside YNP re: wolf hunting

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by zen leecher aka bill w, Jun 4, 2013.

  1. Don't worry,I'm sure Tri is watching your backside!!!!
    triploidjunkie and enlightened like this.
  2. I have a few patches of urine stained female coyote fur for tying a western version of the Hendrickson. I'm not kidding.

  3. Generally with an add requesting help/aid you would put a cute pic of wolf cubs, but about a menacing I wanna kill wolf!
  4. I was thinking the same thing. The wolf doesn't exactly look like something that would catch a Frisbee for you.
  5. what is going on with the wolf in the front bottom right....why am I strangely turned on...
  6. Hah nice catch. Looks like a flash handjob. Furry conventions are known for their ehhh....licentiousness. Maybe you were a furry in a former life :)
  7. It must be true. We just got back from our MT trip which included 2 full days driving the park and looking for wolves... none. The Bison herds are healthy though, can' t we just celebrate that and be happy?
  8. This wolf b.s. is really out of control , after spending for days camping & fishing the back country around cle elum including the Teanayway valley never saw a wolf. More to the point after hearing all the horror stories & being warned to be one the lookout for wolves, I never could find anybody that had acually seen one. I'm guessing you are more likely to shoot yourself cleaning your antiwolf hand gun than you are even see one of these critters , But we did encounter a few deer & elk while beating the bushes..
  9. I saw a wolf on TV yesterday.
  10. I've been fortunate to see several, both in the park, and out roaming the bush in Alaska; great looking animals. Javalina are about the only critters I haven't spotted, but one of these days, I just might venture out with the bow, and give chase.
  11. I like wolf threads. Almost as much as I like cougar threads. Although at my age I guess it doesn't really matter.
  12. This got me thinking. If older women are called cougars, what's a transvestite called.... a bobcat??
    Alex MacDonald likes this.
  13. Maybe a little different perspective on this issue? Here's a map of sightings, scat, evidence of their presence for the PNW
    so you can see they're not isolated, remote and infrequent. Looks like the map hasn't been updated for this year yet though.

    Bear in mind that the wolves you might now encounter aren't the timber wolves of old. They're grey wolves, weighing between 100 and 180 or so pounds when fully grown.

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