- Wisconsin hunters have killed 20 wolves so far during the wolf hunting season.
The DNR says 11 wolves were taken with guns, and the rest were killed by trappers.
Three wolf kills were reported in both Vilas and Bayfield counties, with two each in Oneida and Price counties.
The wolf season got started October 15th.
Hunting will continue until February 28th, unless quota limits are reached.
Once the quota is hit in a region, hunting there will be shut down.
The total wolf quota for the state is 201 animals, but Ojibwe tribes have reserved 85 of those wolves.
Tribal members are not expected to kill any of those wolves.
That leaves 116 wolves available for harvest by those who succeeded in getting a permit.
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