Twenty wolves have been shot or trapped in the Wisconsin wolf season that began Oct. 15.
One animal was added to the tally Monday, a male trapped in Oneida County.
Nine wolves have been trapped, the remainder killed by gun.
Thirteen have been males.
Counties where wolves have been harvested include:
• Vilas (3)
• Eau Claire
• Bayfield (3)
• Price (2)
• Oneida (2)
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After two "conservative'' whitetail harvest strategies, DNR to allow more antlerless permits this fall.
The Department of Natural Resources announced Thursday morning it is reversing its earlier decision to ban live bait for most Mille Lacs anglers beginning with the May 14 opener.
DNR says lake's walleye population is healthy.
Anglers targeting walleye must use only artificial bait and immediately release all walleye caught. The DNR's rules are intended to conserve walleyes, while providing some action for anglers.
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