"Wolf" What would you do ?

Discussion in 'Turf and Surf Hunting and Fishing' started by Quigley_Sharps, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. larbhills

    larbhills Monkey+

    I would not hesitate for one second to kill that wolf. If it was not collared, I would take it somewhere and dump it.
  2. oscar615

    oscar615 Monkey+++

    Just need to make sure that he is not one of the ones that are tracked. You know how some people can get when you shoot "precious". Maybe set a steak in a bowl of antifreeze, set it just off your property, Go pick up the empty bowl the next day and be done with it. Dead Wolf and plausible deniability.
  3. Nadja

    Nadja RIP 3-11-2013 Forum Leader

    About the size of our coyotes around here Make great moving targets though
  4. thanker92

    thanker92 Monkey+

    I'm sorry.....I may not be correct according to the current popular "huggy-feely" groups but anybody or anything that attacks my family (and my dog is part of my family) will not be around to witness the sunset.

    I'm new here and I don't know if this will be viewed as condoning an illegal act....which would be against the rules...well, if it is I bid you farewell...
  5. Quigley_Sharps

    Quigley_Sharps The Badministrator Administrator Founding Member

    self defense is self defense my dog is my family too. and I would do the same...just sayin....
  6. NVBeav

    NVBeav Monkey+++

    RUN! through the Forest, RUN!

  7. Falcon15

    Falcon15 Falco Peregrinus

    Add a few more bams to that and a *click, snick, chack* reload and a hell of a lot more blams. Wolves and coyotes are about the same level of vermin.
  8. BadgeBunny

    BadgeBunny Monkey++

    Have you ever watched an animal die from drinking antifreeze?? I have -- more than once. My dad was a DVM and my best friend now is one. There are other ways to deal with unwanted or unwelcome animals. Besides, what if a kid got into it??

    That said wild animals (and exotic animals kept as pets) are dangerous. If that wolf has lost his fear of humans (and he has or he wouldn't be in town) he needs to be disposed of. One shot should do it.

    Even sweet little Bambi will stomp you to death if he feels sufficiently provoked.
  9. survivor

    survivor Monkey+

  10. Falcon15

    Falcon15 Falco Peregrinus

    YouTube - Deer Attack
  11. BadgeBunny

    BadgeBunny Monkey++

    I LOL everytime I see that ... My husband would wring my neck if some mad buck was stomping the everloving crap outta him and I just kept filming ...
  12. bnmb

    bnmb On Hiatus Banned

    ROFL...Spraying deer pee in his mouth...Pervert!... :D
  13. SLugomist

    SLugomist Monkey++

  14. Panhead

    Panhead On the Loose Founding Member

    A man can never have to many hides on the wall.
  15. SLugomist

    SLugomist Monkey++

    This police officer in Russia shows, "Wolf, What do you do?"

    oh well goto www.break.com, there's a video of a cop with someone pulled over in Russia. He jumps in the back seat of the car and about 10-15 wolves run by.

    link won't work with the DCMAASAasasda policy, even though Break allows you to share their videos.
  16. Quigley_Sharps

    Quigley_Sharps The Badministrator Administrator Founding Member

  17. SLugomist

    SLugomist Monkey++

    Thanks Quigley_Sharps
  18. Quigley_Sharps

    Quigley_Sharps The Badministrator Administrator Founding Member


    Story I got today:

    So, yesterday a friend an I took our families out sliding and ended up having a little more excitement than we had anticipated.

    There we were having a good time......Rod was towing 3 of the kids (2 four yr olds and a 3 yr old) on a tobogan behind the quad, at the bottom of the hill. I was in the Argo with my 3 month old at the other end of the hill. Rods wife was warming up in the truck with there 2 yr old and my wife was at the top of the hill with our dog...........we had no idea that all hell was about to break loose.........

    Two wolves appear out of nowere............and they are heading toward the kids dragging behind the quad.... at first I had no idea what was up, but I heard my wife start yelling. I look up at her and see the dog break out of her arms and start running like mad, diagonally down the hill toward the truck (the direction Rod was heading with the kids). Rod sees the wolves coming, just as he is getting close to the truck, he speeds up a little, but can't go too hard for fear that one of the kids might fall off. As he gets to the truck the wolves are about 20 feet from the kids, on the tobogan. Rod bolts back toward the kids, just as my dog "Shadow" intercepts the lead wolf. Teeth flash and the battle is started............
    Rods wife leaps from the truck and starts throwing kids inside, as Rod grabs a shovel from the back of the truck, smashing the shovel blade off as he goes to help the dog. Second wolf is joining the fight, and although Shadow is a very heafty 120lbs+ Rotty Cross, he is not faring all too well. The wolves break away as Rod gets close, but they are not afraid, they circle around and stay about 50 feet out of reach.
    I knew I was too far away to be of much use, so at the first sign of the wolves, I wheeled the Argo around and headed toward our little camp. As I arived at the camp, I looked back and caught a glimps of the onset of the fight.........First thought through my mind-"GOOD DOG, If you make it, you get steak dinners for the rest of the month"........I grab my Ruger 10/22 and head back into the fray. By the time I get within range, Rod is making use of his weapons of choice, his Quad, and the shovel handle..... Before I could shoot, he had driven the wolves into the bush. I take a quick look around, make sure everyone is OK, and head in after them.......NO Luck, so I go back. Some decisions must have been made while I was gone, becouse everyone was packed up and headed back to camp......No more sliding today. So, the families are safe in camp, and Rod and I take the ATV's to the shop, to put them away (about 400 yrds from camp). As we walked back, we both see movement by the camp. I never thought much about it for a second, then I thought, "there is NO WAY that my wife would let Shadow out alone right now, what was that". Turns out that Wolf #1 was already back.........Rod and I fall into SNEAKY MODE to get closer........Yup, that is a wolf............My gun comes up, CRACK CRACK, the wolf drops............It's starting to get a little dark by now, and as we get closer to the wolf I say to Rod......."I really hope that's not my dog I just shot" (I knew it wasn't the dog[​IMG]). Rod looks at me, Eyes wide, "If you just shot your dog, I'm going to be really mad at you".
    It wasn't my dog, it was a really nice Silver/Black wolf. Everyone came out to have a look at it, lots of oooohs and aaaaaaww's.
    We drag it down to the shop for the night, planning to skin it out in the morning.
    The next morning, we had a little problem...............The Wolf Was GONE!!!!

    OK, time to put our "Mantracker" skills to the test.........we found some "drag marks" and followed. Turns out that the second wolf was not above a little "Canibalism"........We only found part of the first wolf, but, the second wolf was still in the area, and I just happened to have brought my rifle. Long story short, I got the second one too.
    Both wolves were very skinny, although the second one did fill out quite a bit over night.

    Shadow managed to get a couple in on this one:
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  19. Quigley_Sharps

    Quigley_Sharps The Badministrator Administrator Founding Member

    All that's left of the first one:

    The second one:

    For those that are wondering.........My dog Shadow is fine, just a few bumps and bruses. He is also a little timid about going outside alone right now, but that is probably normal, under these conditions
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  20. SLugomist

    SLugomist Monkey++

    Using children to bait the wolves, How uncanny. lol
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