“Keith Follis had hoped to run his trapline for at least a few days during Wisconsin’s wolf season. But his season ended just one day after he started trapping.
“Follis, 51, of Brule, made nine trapping sets for wolves Friday morning, four days after Wisconsin’s first wolf hunting and trapping season opened on Oct. 15. On Saturday morning, he found a wolf in the third set he had placed, along a logging road south of Brule.
“‘The wolf wound up weighing 62 pounds,’ Follis said. ‘But in the brush, it looked like 100 pounds. They’re a big animal. They’re real tall.’”
reports the Duluth News Tribune.