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Muzzleloading season. Freestone county #7402301 01/12/19 02:07 AM
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Does and Bucks?

Re: Muzzleloading season. Freestone county [Re: Tucker77] #7402311 01/12/19 02:25 AM
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Yes, does and bucks for muzzleloader. Bucks only for youth since you have those limited antlerless during general.

Muzzleloader regs for antlerless are on page 81 in annual. Then you go look at your county for whitetail below. Freestone page 86. Any county with a W1 on restrictions cannot shoot antlerless during muzzzleloader unless on MLDP.

Re: Muzzleloading season. Freestone county [Re: Tucker77] #7402552 01/12/19 03:38 PM
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Sounds like a good opportunity for youth to take a muzzleloader to the field.

Re: Muzzleloading season. Freestone county [Re: Txduckman] #7403694 01/14/19 01:24 AM
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Your are correct. Game Warden confirmed it. Can use my regular texas license tags. Thanks

Re: Muzzleloading season. Freestone county [Re: JKW] #7403696 01/14/19 01:25 AM
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Yes it is

Re: Muzzleloading season. Freestone county [Re: JKW] #7406292 01/16/19 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by JKW
Sounds like a good opportunity for youth to take a muzzleloader to the field.

Youth can use a rifle, extended youth season runs concurrent with muzzleloader season.

Re: Muzzleloading season. Freestone county [Re: Txduckman] #7409297 01/20/19 05:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Txduckman
Yes, does and bucks for muzzleloader. Bucks only for youth since you have those limited antlerless during general.

Muzzleloader regs for antlerless are on page 81 in annual. Then you go look at your county for whitetail below. Freestone page 86. Any county with a W1 on restrictions cannot shoot antlerless during muzzzleloader unless on MLDP.

Only for counties marked W1 (no doe days), as of 2 years ago Freestone has doe days now.

Re: Muzzleloading season. Freestone county [Re: bossbowman] #7409616 01/20/19 08:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Legend LE-195
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Sounds like a good opportunity for youth to take a muzzleloader to the field.

Youth can use a rifle, extended youth season runs concurrent with muzzleloader season.


Yes sir. I know this may be splitting hairs, but a youth hunting a specific youth season must be accompanied by licensed adult. If a youth is hunting a general season (such as archery, general firearm, or muzzleloader) they are less restricted. Lets say, for example, a friend smile has two or three, teenage children and also younger children who hunt. If this friend only had one of him, then participating in a muzzleloader hunt would allow the older kids to hunt while younger particpated in youth hunt.

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Originally Posted by JKW
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Sounds like a good opportunity for youth to take a muzzleloader to the field.

Youth can use a rifle, extended youth season runs concurrent with muzzleloader season.


Yes sir. I know this may be splitting hairs, but a youth hunting a specific youth season must be accompanied by licensed adult. If a youth is hunting a general season (such as archery, general firearm, or muzzleloader) they are less restricted. Lets say, for example, a friend smile has two or three, teenage children and also younger children who hunt. If this friend only had one of him, then participating in a muzzleloader hunt would allow the older kids to hunt while younger particpated in youth hunt.



I have no idea what you just said
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Re: Muzzleloading season. Freestone county [Re: bossbowman] #7410148 01/21/19 05:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Legend LE-195
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Sounds like a good opportunity for youth to take a muzzleloader to the field.

Youth can use a rifle, extended youth season runs concurrent with muzzleloader season.


Yes sir. I know this may be splitting hairs, but a youth hunting a specific youth season must be accompanied by licensed adult. If a youth is hunting a general season (such as archery, general firearm, or muzzleloader) they are less restricted. Lets say, for example, a friend smile has two or three, teenage children and also younger children who hunt. If this friend only had one of him, then participating in a muzzleloader hunt would allow the older kids to hunt while younger particpated in youth hunt.



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Very confusing, I know. It might make even less sense to someone without kids. I was explaining why it would've beneficial in some cases for a youth to participate in a Muzzleloader hunt rather than a youth hunt (with rifle). The "accompanied" restriction wouldn't apply. I have multiple kids who hunt and I can't be in the stand with all of them at once.

Re: Muzzleloading season. Freestone county [Re: Tucker77] #7412303 01/23/19 03:01 AM
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If they don't have hunters ed yet doesn't matter if its muzzleloader, archery whatever they still must be accompanied, if they do have hunters ed they can hunt by themselves legally after they are 9 years old.

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