Monday, November 19, 2007

2007 Muzzleloader Season Right Around The Corner

Well the 2007 Muzzleloader Season is right around the corner for both Minnesota and Missouri. Both seasons kickoff Saturday (11/24/07) morning a 1/2 hour before sunrise. The weather is looking up for both states. After a relatively warm November Minnesota is about to gets it first bitter cold weather of the season. The highs on Thursday and Friday are not suppose to break 30. Saturday is suppose to warm into the low 30's but they are also calling for flurries. Should make for some favorable hunting.

Missouri is also calling for a cold snap at the end of the week. This comes as a welcome break from the upper 70's the state experienced during their firemarms season.

Scott will be starting the season in central minnesota while Pete will be in Central Missouri tree. Updates to follow and hopefully a couple pictures of some midwest whitetails!

1 comment:

Spine Buster said...

11/21/07 The 1st major cold front hit last night. Temps mid 30. Rainy w/ a good wind from the NNW. Leaving tonight for Central, MO. I'm bow hunting the House on Turkey Day, and going to The Hill to hunt with the smokepole. Hopefully the weather gets them moving!

Good luck, Hunt safe, and let the little bucks walk!