Quality wolf hunting outfitters across North America. Wolf hunting isn’t easy, even with the best outfitters. They are smart, wily critters and getting one is an accomplishment. Wolf hunting outfitters usually offer three ways to hunt: calling, baiting and spot and stalk. The most common way to wolf hunt is …well, not really hunt them, but rather keep a wolf tag in your pocket just in case when you’re out hunting moose, deer, or elk. Ask us about wolf hunting »
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- Alberta wolf hunts can be very exciting with an excellent opportunity to take more than one wolf. The wolf color variance is great from salt and pepper to white and jet black. Three or six day wolf and coyote hunts are based out of this outfitters lodge November through the end of March. The Boreal […]
- These British Columbia hunt are in one of the best Wolf Hunting areas in Canada. This hunt takes place in an exclusive outfitter territory that is made up of 1.6 million acres of prime wolf hunting habitat in beautiful British Columbia. * This British Columbia Outfitter is fluent in German and has special packages available […]
Idaho Wolf Hunting
Alaska Grizzly Bear Hunt for Bears Squaring over 8'
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Wolf Hunting Tips and Methods of Hunting Wolves
Wolves are tough to find. A lot of luck, stamina and patience is involved in hunting wolves. There are two ways to hunt wolves. The first way is to keep a tag in your pocket because you never know when you might stumble into a pack of wolves. The second way to hunt if you’re interested in shooting a wolf is to wait for the wolf to come to you…. and the best way to do that is with predator calling, howling for wolves, or picking a good stand site and waiting. Patience is key with wolf hunting. Learn the details here.
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