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Trappers take turn in 2nd part of wolf season

GRAND RAPIDS, Minn. — Minnesota hunters and trappers killed 17 wolves over the weekend, which marked the start of the second half of the state’s first managed wolf season.

During the earlier part of the season, hunters killed 147 wolves. The late season runs through the end of January, but the DNR will shut it down early if hunters and trappers reach an overall limit of 400 wolves.

In north-central Minnesota over the weekend, 16-year-old Koltin Wagner was among nearly 800 Minnesota trappers who are the first to legally trap wolves since the early 1970s…

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