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7/16/2019
Kevin Wallenfang and his tournament winning, 46-inch musky just prior to release Fishing has been as hot as the weather for our circle of family and friends, and anglers participating in the 16th Annual Bob Ellis Row Trolling Classic. The Classic was started in 2003 by fishing guide Patricia Strutz to memorialize Bob Ellis, a legendary northern Wisconsin row troller inducted into the National Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame in 2008 for his im...
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Trappers who incidentally trap wolves encouraged to contact department staff

MADISON - Trappers who incidentally capture wolves are encouraged to contact
department staff and participate in Wisconsin's wolf collaring and
monitoring program.

"Tracking collared wolves is a critical component of Wisconsin's wolf
monitoring program.  Trappers can help improve the quality of Department of
Natural Resources wolf population data by allowing us to collar incidentally
captured wolves before they are released." said Nathan Libal, DNR wildlife
biologist.

Voluntary participation from Wisconsin's trappers is an important part of
the department's work with many stakeholders and partners to monitor the
state's wolf population.

In the event of an incidental wolf capture, DNR staff will work closely with
the participating trappers to determine if the wolf is a good candidate for
our monitoring program.  Interested trappers can contact DNR wolf program
staff by calling 715-401-1764.

For more information regarding wolf monitoring and management in Wisconsin,
please visit dnr.wi.gov and search keyword
"wolf<http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/WildlifeHabitat/wolf/index.html>."