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Musky hunter 82

Any Muzzleloader hunters out there?

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Musky hunter 82

What are you shooting?  For me it's a Traditions pursuit G4 ultralight in 50 cal.

Hoping to get out next week Tuesday just hope this snow sticks around.

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ANYFISH2

May try the muzzy for the first time in about 6 years this year.  I shoot a CVA optima 50 cal.

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monstermoose78

I used my buck tag so I am good. My cousin is using my cvs wolf near grand Marais this weekend

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Neighbor_guy

I'm shooting an Omega, thumbhole stock, fluted stainless barrel. 110gr 777, crush rib sabot, with a .44cal hornaday ftx slug. Works like a charm. 

 

Unfortunately this year I put one of those funny peep sights with the red dot in the middle of it on it. Used it in the shotgun zone during the regular A season. Filled my tag. So it's been scrubbed, bore buttered, breech plug removed, and put away until next year. 

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Musky hunter 82

Well the snow didn't stick around after all of the rain we had on Sunday, I took the day off to do some scouting/still hunting on several pieces of public land that I have never been to before.  The first piece I got to looked really good on google earth, ended up bumping 2 deer in that spot and found some good locations for bow hunting. the next spot I checked out I know gets pounded during slug season, so I decided to go check out the thickest crap I could find in there.  I found what I was looking for a little over 3/4 mile from the truck, it was a clump of popular trees and 7' tall sumac no lie in a 300 yard circle I counted 50 rubs.  In the pictures I stood in one spot and counted 18 without moving.  Overall the day was a success I didn't pull the trigger but found some spots that look very good for later this year and next year. 

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