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  • Writer's pictureSteve Sorensen

Dark and Damp

If you think you need crisp, cold days and a background of bright white snow for flintlock season, think again. Those heavily overcast skies that dim the woods and the wetness that makes the black powder your gun depends on might not be a disadvantage at all.

My friend Dana Gould knows some secrets to successful flintlock hunting in dark and damp weather. Check out this week's column in the Jamestown Gazette, "Dark and Damp," and see what they are.

To access more of my writing on hunting topics, go to the home page of my blog, Mission: Hunter.


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