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Jul 03, 2014 18:57 |  #16

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With the wolves so close and every night is there any chance to get a shot (photograph) of them? I drive 8 hours to Yellowstone Park to photograph the wolves and have yet to hear them "sing'. Sometimes we just don't know how lucky we are. Nice shot and I hope he makes it through the Fall.

Ya I know what I have lol, I spent all of Jan, feb, March, hunting them and got nothing good, I stood in the middle of the pack in a plantation of Jack Pine and row after row I could see them running through the tree's and got nothing. Had I doe that was hit by a police car and shot in my back yard on the pond across the road from my house, had a wildcam on it all that time and still nothing good. I got 4 seconds of video on the last day I was going to leave my cam on the melting ice for my effort!! but you can bet I will not give up and hunt them every day I can. They are one of the hardest animal's to get out in the open, but some day I will win. Thats a promise.


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Jul 04, 2014 05:08 as a reply to  @ Pondrader's post |  #17

We don't have wolves but have eastern coyotes here in Pa. and they too are smart. I only got to shoot (with the camera) one last year and a pup this year.


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Jul 10, 2014 19:03 |  #18

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Ya I know what I have lol, I spent all of Jan, feb, March, hunting them and got nothing good, I stood in the middle of the pack in a plantation of Jack Pine and row after row I could see them running through the tree's and got nothing. Had I doe that was hit by a police car and shot in my back yard on the pond across the road from my house, had a wildcam on it all that time and still nothing good. I got 4 seconds of video on the last day I was going to leave my cam on the melting ice for my effort!! but you can bet I will not give up and hunt them every day I can. They are one of the hardest animal's to get out in the open, but not day I will win. Thats a promise.

Thanks Jeff, I just got back from Yellowstone and I saw 5 wolves and got a good shot of 926F at about 50 to 60 yds out. We watched 4 others for 45 minutes with a spotting scope but they were almost a mile away. Will be back there two more times this year and one of those times will be this Winter after the snow fly's.This wasn't the best time with the wolves still loosing their Winter coats. Good luck!:)




  
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Jul 11, 2014 04:47 |  #19

They are Darn hard to shoot most of the time, but like you guys ...I'm still working on it ..lol


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Jul 12, 2014 09:47 |  #20

Cool, nice to see the progress.


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