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This one, was, really lucky we were busy
Glassing a mulie buck whenhe showed had we not he would have have suffered lead poising
And yes, my wife got the buck
 

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I am also voting a wolf. And I don't see any motive for lying about locations, unless that was a joke comment. The legs are also what stand out. They are quite meaty, long. Looks like the grey n black wolf in post 23.
 

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I am also voting a wolf. And I don't see any motive for lying about locations, unless that was a joke comment. The legs are also what stand out. They are quite meaty, long. Looks like the grey n black wolf in post 23.
That is, a, blk/gry canadian timber wolf
You are correct only reason i didnt shoot him was, because, we, were, glassing the mule deer that is, also in post 23 the wolf got a, pass the buck didn't as you can see from the photo ( bob marshall wilderness in montana,)
MY prior post on page one is a, black canadian timber wolf i harvested 2 yrs, ago in montana, on an elk hunt
 

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We, also had to keep a. Eye in the trees while rideing in via horse back as, well as, the. Timber around you
 

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