NEW LONDON — There’s a sequel to last week’s story about the first wolf taken by an area hunter and brought to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources wildlife office station in New London.
The hunter, who asked not to be named due to the harassment some successful wolf hunters have received, returned to the hunt with his spouse. She also had a wolf license in the state’s first organized wolf hunt, and as the photo shows, was successful as well.
The hunter was too. While he was happy to harvest a wolf this year, his main goal was to take home a nice buck, and he did, a 10-pointer.
— Tom Cherveny