Hunters and anglers will see many changes if bill becomes law

  • Article by: DOUG SMITH , Star Tribune
  • Updated: May 1, 2012 - 5:38 PM
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tawserMay. 1, 12 7:07 PM

It's gonna be fun to be able to kill wolves again! I wonder if we sportsmen can shoot them from airplanes like Coach Bud Grant did back in the day? Anyway, thanks to Senator Klobuchar for removing the federal wolf protections so that we can kill them. Hopefully she will do the same with the bald eagles so we can kill them next year!

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Sutty69May. 2, 12 6:35 AM

Noticeably absent is fishing with two lines.

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bao357May. 2, 1212:21 PM

Yea.. I was hoping the two fishing lines (like every other state around us) would pass with this.

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voner26May. 2, 12 2:12 PM

Too bad there will be a lot of wolves killed unecessarily, especially where some of us hunt. They are not afraid of man any more in most areas and walk right out in the open and lay down. Sure is different than it was a few years ago when you barely saw hide nor hair of them and would just catch a fleeting glimpse of them as they snuck by. They used to be like a fleeting ghost and now they just stand there and try to stare you down before they up and trot away. We consistently see two packs. Most of us know them by name such as Blackie, Limpy, Grey Ghost, Nosy, and Blondie(Mangee) to name a few. Hate to see them go, but know its just a matter of time for the end of these wolves.

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