I'll jump in here as a complete novice since this is probably where you will be at...this is what I learned last year...I was fortunate enough to catch three. I did all my skinnig/fleshing, ect after work and running the line over few days. No doubt the experts can do this much faster.
First, time is obviously dependent on a lot of factors, inlcuding how many celebratory beverages you've had
If you are planning on targeting them, figure you're gonna get one and make your stretcher FIRST. Don't get caught like I did and have more wolves than stretchers! For the price of a couple 1x4's and an hour with a jigsaw and beltsander you're time ahead to just make a stretcher ahead of time!
Skinning...(taxidermy quality) will take a 1-2 hours...yep, like a big coyote and as mentioned above they stiiiiink (and have lice, fleas, etc). Do this outside over a tarp or something. And wear goves!!!
I whacked off the feet above the wrist then drilled a hole thru the leg bone and hung the foot with some wire and let the weight of the hide to help skin the feet with an X-acto knife. This and turning the ears and spltting the lips took another couple hours.
Fleshing....ugh. Not sure if it's just the way they are or a bunch of other factors, but it was like scraping chewing gum off the bottom of your shoe. I used a ton of borax to help push the fat off, but it was still nasty and took another couple hours.
You'll need to board them fur-in for a while to let them dry. Can't borax them and go right to fur out like a coyote or cat. Pay special attention to the ears, lips, paws, etc. before turning. This might take a few days depending on your fur shed.
Once turned, I stuck a boot dryer with extension up inside to finish the drying.
Should have all my hides back from Moiles this week! Looking forward to it!!!