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Wel in 2b calling for rain/frezing rain and 25 mph wind.. want to take ole smokey but might opt for inline bc of dampness. i know i'll have buck 10 yards away it i take inline and wont be able to do a darn thing. but a gun not going off is a whole other story? anyone else in this dilema?
 

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I thought the late season was strictly flintlock. Am I mistaken? Even double checked the digest and that's how it reads...
 

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Papsattic said:
I thought the late season was strictly flintlock. Am I mistaken? Even double checked the digest and that's how it reads...
DEER, ANTLERED OR ANTLERLESS FLINTLOCK (WMUs 2B, 5C, 5D): Dec. 26-Jan. 26. One antlered deer per hunting license year, or one antlerless deer and an additional antlerless deer with each required antlerless license.


DEER, Antlerless (WMUs 2B, 5C and 5D): Dec. 26-Jan. 26. An antlerless deer with each required antlerless license.

Part of 2B is special regulations. To take an antlered deer, you must be using a flintlock or you can take a doe with the flintlock using your antler tag along with a valid muzzleloader license.

If hunting antlerless with a inline you must have a valid antlerless tag for the area your are hunting.
 

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i forgot that would confuse some ppl. anyways it looks better now. snow not rain or sleet. holy smokes,,,a6 inches of it to boot. i guess i can finally wear that while guille suit my wife bought me after she heard i was gonna cut holes in out sheets to have snow camo
 

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If you prepare for it weather should not be an issue.I have had my flinty in blinding heavy snow storms and have had good success with ignition.You have to be dedicated and be prepared.
 

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If you prepare for it weather should not be an issue.I have had my flinty in blinding heavy snow storms and have had good success with ignition.You have to be dedicated and be prepared.
Bingo I will be out in the AM with the pan cover on and if need be il be changing pan powder frequently especialy once the snow starts, not calling for snow to start here til 9 and heavy stuff starting around noon....if that reports holds true, tomorrow should be awesome! Best of luck to all who venture out!
 
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