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#3266247 - 01/15/21 03:46 AM Any tips on sounds for wolves or wolverine in Alaska?
SouthTXBowhunter Offline
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Registered: 04/13/09
Posts: 225
Loc: South Texas
Iím about to head to Alaska to go hunting with a buddy in Fairbanks. Heís a very experienced Lynx hunter but we decided to get adventurous... weíre going to head way up north, deep into the Arctic circle to try for some additional species - Arctic Fox, wolf or Wolverine. Iím a very experienced S. Texas predator hunter but this is going to be a WHOLE lot different for me. Especially the 70į-100į temperature drop!! Anyway.... Iím looking for some sounds I can get to use targeting wolves and wolverine; but FoxPro doesnít have much. Anyone have other suggestions on where to go look? Iím kinda thinking that some moose and caribou distress sounds would be really useful. What do yall think? I read that Feb is breeding time for wolves but I also heard they donít respond well to wolf vocals. Would something like a female in estrous be any good or a breeding pair or challenge call be effective since Iíll be hunting at the very end of Jan?

Any help or tips I can get, from guys with experience in these 2 species, would sure be appreciated!
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#3266275 - 01/15/21 11:46 AM Re: Any tips on sounds for wolves or wolverine in Alaska? [Re: SouthTXBowhunter]
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No experience whatsoever but I do know that wolverine do a lot of digging and would likely respond to rodent (marmot/woodchuck, ground squirrel, pica, mouse) sounds. Fawn bleats (thinking caribou) or rabbit (thinking arctic hare/snowshoe hare) would be good for most any predator.
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#3266330 - 01/15/21 09:19 PM Re: Any tips on sounds for wolves or wolverine in Alaska? [Re: Hellgate]
SouthTXBowhunter Offline
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Registered: 04/13/09
Posts: 225
Loc: South Texas
Originally Posted By: Hellgate
No experience whatsoever but I do know that wolverine do a lot of digging and would likely respond to rodent (marmot/woodchuck, ground squirrel, pica, mouse) sounds. Fawn bleats (thinking caribou) or rabbit (thinking arctic hare/snowshoe hare) would be good for most any predator.


Thanks for the reply! I definitely agree on using those sounds for wolverine. I canít seem to find any caribou or moose distress sounds other that a recording of a cow moose and her two calves in distress. I may try that but I had hoped someone would have some resource for moose and caribou distress sounds for my shockwave. Anyway, thanks for the tips. Iíll probably do a little write up on here when I get back. Kuiu was nice enough to loan me all the gear I didnít already have and I need to do a write up for them in return. So Iíll post it and some pics on here, if it goes well. Should be a fun trip and something different.
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