After getting 2′ of snow, and then a warming of a few days, I went up on a high ridge close to the river, where I have about 12 snares hanging, some high in wolf trails and some low on other game trails. After going about 1/2 way up the ridge, I notice two different sets of Lynx tracks, looking like they were made early that morning, I got really excited thinking I would have at least one Lynx hanging. When getting closer to the top of the ridge I began to see wolverine tracks and they were headed right into one of my game trails where I had hung some snares. Getting up on top and following the tracks, I discovered the 3/32 cable had scored me a nice male wolverine. Great catch around the neck, the snare fell fast (cam- lock with a killer spring right behind it, wammy on snare hooked to #9 wire) and looked like the animal took about two steps away from the set twisted around about four times, (this is typical of wolverine when snared) and just sat down. I hang my snare as high as I can reach and leave very little slack, so the animal caught has not much fighting time.