FAIRFAX, Va. --(Ammoland.com)- Alberta has the most liberal wolf hunting seasons in North America and they still have a wolf problem.
Alberta residents can hunt wolves 10 months out of the year with no license needed and non residents can do the same as long as they purchased a wolf license.
Hunting can be done by spot and stalk, howling wolves in or the most common and most successful is the use of wild game carcass and hunting from a blind.
I just recently returned from Alberta and witnessed first hand not just the size of the packs but the size of the wolves themselves, their tracks in the snow are the size of a large mans hand print, more specifically my outfitters handprint and he’s 6′ 2″ with a large frame and the hands to match.
Alberta Wolf Hunts offer a phenomenal chance to shoot a timber wolf. These are large wolves, standing about 36 inches to the shoulder, and are hunted when winter coats are prime, a large adult male can weigh any where from 120 to 150 pounds and some even larger.
These hunts are held in the scenic foothills of the Alberta Rocky Mountains West of Edmonton.
In addition to seeing wolves most hunters have the opportunity to see (not for hunting) other species of predators such as lynx, cougars, eagles, fox, and coyotes so bring a camera.
Wolves are smart, elusive and war. Hunters will not only test their patience but their shooting abilities as well, expect shots to range from 200 to 300 plus on an average. (Details)
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