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Wolf Hunts
We offer a couple different ways to book wolf hunts. The first option would be to add it to your combo hunt (when the season allows). The only extra cost is the price of the wolf tag. The other way to book would be a Wolf Specific hunt, meaning that we are only targeting wolves (this has the highest chance for success on wolves).

We feel very blessed to spend as much time as we do in the back country and feel this is a massive advantage when it comes to wolf hunting. As with most hunting, luck does play a part in a wolf hunt, but we are confident in our knowledge of several groups of wolves, their habits, daytime bedding areas, and travel routes when in a certain areas. We use howling, distress calls, glassing and watching wolf kills (when discovered) to get within range of these wolves.
The majority of the time we will have to climb up to the wolves. In our areas they seem to like to “lay up” for the day on certain ridge top benches and knobs. We trek up to spots that are within earshot, offer a stealthy approach, and are somewhere the wolves will hopefully feel comfortable. We don’t like to just randomly call at random locations as this just seems to wastes precious time. Besides, it usually takes the better part of a day to get near these wolf “lay up” areas. To put it another way, we go out with specific places and specific calling setups in mind. This doesn’t mean we have a wolf come in at every setup, it just means we aren’t surprised when they do.
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These wolf hunts take place during the tough winter months when the elk and deer are concentrated in and around their wintering grounds. It is during this time period that we feel high quality, mountain hunting gear is a big advantage. During the winter this rough country can provide beautiful sunshine filled days or test you with frigid temperatures, deep snow, and howling winds. Either way, the mountains are steep and rugged, and we do a lot of hiking. Then after the hiking warms you up, we may have to sit in the cold for an hour or more while on a calling set up.

On these wolf hunts being physically prepared ups your odds tremendously. Sometimes when it seems like the wolves are nowhere to be found, all it takes is hiking just a canyon further and you’ll be amongst them. Being patient is a key element to success as well. Some of the wolves we hunt have a huge home range and because of this, may only be in a certain areas for a couple of days every 7 to 14 days. In other words one day it may seem like there isn’t a wolf for a 100 miles and the next they are all over the place.

Having a long range rifle and being comfortable at long ranges is a big help. These wolves can be every bit as wary as a smart old coyote. They may hang up or try and get down wind at longer ranges. So practicing at those longer ranges as well as practicing getting shots off with a limited amount of time is a good idea. It can all happen very fast and you may get only one chance at that wolf.

We would love to help you go on that wolf hunting adventure whether it is with us or someone else. So if we are full, or you are looking for a different type of wolf hunt, feel free to give us a call anyway. We would be happy to put you in contact with one of the other, select few, top notch, wolf outfitters in Idaho. If you have any questions or would like more information just send us an email or give us a call.
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