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    • wahoo
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      Just got home from working in Challis Idaho and someone threw a news paper in my lap so I read it and holy crap we are all going to die.It’s called the Citizen from Grangeville Idaho and it is all about wolfs , death and hardship and all anti government and anti fish and game. Anyone out there know anything about this disease that would like to shed some light ??? From the article it sounds like I am already dead. Thanks for any info

    • Clay Hayes
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      Thank you for this post. It makes me smile…

      Here’s the backers for this so called “news paper”. http://wolffreeidaho.org/

      enjoy:shock:

    • Dan Sweeney
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      I like how their citation for “When wolves attack humans” is a wikipedia page. ‘Cause THAT’S a reputable source…

    • wahoo
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      thanks for posting . I spent a long weekend camping and chasing big bulls smack dab in the middle of wolf country and I survived. I looked at the site and yup that’s it . That little girl is scary enough.

    • Bruce Smithhammer
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      I find this mentality often goes hand in hand with the notion that all wilderness should be managed as nothing but a giant game farm, to produce as much walking meat as possible for human consumption, with any competition from other predatorial species eradicated. And that wilderness has no other, greater function or importance.

      I also find this mentality commonly astride ORVs, wondering why they’re not seeing game and needing something other than themselves to blame.

      I don’t think wolves are any more “sacred” than any other species, but nor are they any less. In fact, I think it’s the notion that some species are more so than others that is a big part of the problem.

    • Clay Hayes
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      I too just drug my greasy carcass out of wolf country after a week of being outsmarted by bull after bull. Heard some wolves, saw some sign, but they stayed out or the drainages I was haunting. My horse did sniff some wolf poop though. I wonder what their suggestions are for disinfecting a horse. Maybe I should just go ahead and shoot him and spare the agony of the dreaded wolf poop disease:roll:

    • wahoo
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      That’s funny. I figure I must already be dead so I am going back out for the last of the season.good luck to all

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