WHITETAIL DEER SEASONS, Muzzleloader
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Whitetail deer muzzleloader season in the Manitoba Big Woods usually starts on the second last Monday in October and runs for three weeks. Depending on the timing of the rutting moon, this could be the most productive hunting period.
Temperatures during the Manitoba whitetail deer muzzleloader season can be variable, with warm temperatures in the 60'sF or freezing temperatures and snow. As your whitetail deer outfitter, we want you to be comfortable and prepared, so you are best to bring an assortment of clothing layers to accommodate the weather conditions.
Please Contact Us to discuss the whitetail deer muzzleloader season in Manitoba, Canada, or to book your Big Woods wilderness deer hunt today.
Big Woods 4x4 buck weighed 280 pounds
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2006 big woods whitetail deer grossed 193
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Hauling a whitetail out on the "BUSHWACKER".
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