Faw, Michael D.
June 2012
Predator Xtreme;Jun2012, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p52
The author offers guidelines on wolf hunting in the Peace River valley in Alberta. Hunters are mandated to hire a Big Game Designated Guide or a Hunter Host and pay 12.40 Canadian dollars for a wolf/coyote license. Hunting seasons are open until late May or middle of June. The author shares his experience wolf hunting in the wilds of northern Alberta. He suggests checking online Alberta's restrictive electronic call laws regarding wolves.


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