ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Minnesota has quickly sold out its remaining wolf hunt licenses for the early season.
Minnesota Public Radio News reported that the licenses sold out within five minutes Monday afternoon. The sale was first-come, first-served.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources offered more than 600 licenses that were not purchased by hunters who won the chance to buy them through a lottery.
Minnesota's first regulated wolf hunt starts this Saturday. A separate hunting and trapping wolf season begins Nov. 24.
Last week, the Minnesota Supreme Court rejected an effort to block the state's wolf hunting season.
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